We are a community school dealing with vulnerable children and located at Githembe slums Nairobi.We have about 30 children learning in our centre.We provide food,uniforms and books.
Teaching, child care and fundraising
Volunteers are provided with 3 meals on weekdays and three meals during the weekends. Typical meals include Ugali, Chapatti, Chai (Tea), Bread and rice with vegetables and fruits.
Volunteer Accommodations are provided in a volunteer house or in a homestay. The volunteer house is taken care by local host mother and has all the modern amenities available to ensure a comfortable stay for the volunteers. Some of the facilities available are showers, microwave and refrigerator in the kitchen and a lounge area for the volunteers
Volunteers in Kenya are provided with three meals per day (breakfast, lunch and dinner), which is served at the homestays. Breakfast generally consists of chai (tea), toast, fruit and sometimes mandazzi (deep fried dough). A typical lunch can include vegetables with rice, occasional meat and fruit. Dinner usually includes traditional food, such as ugali, chapatti, mboga and irio, alongside meat and vegetables. Bottled water is readily available in Kenya and volunteers should budget approximately US$5 per week for this (2 liters per day). If you have any special dietary requirements, please let us know when you apply for the program so we can make arrangements for you.
This is for registration fee/reservation
Pick up /drop off and orientation
We need learning materials for children-books,text books and pencils .
Our address-p.o box 50327-00200,Nairobi,Kenya.
For those who have less time and would like to help out and explore Kenya, HMC has the perfect trip for you! Join the 2 week special Volunteer and Travel Program in Kenya. Volunteer during the weekdays and go on an amazing Masai Mara safari on the weekend!
City Tour of Nairobi – Capital of Kenya
Volunteering in HOPE MISSION CENTRE Project in Nairobi
Visit to Giraffe Manor, Mamba Village and Bomas of Kenya
2 day amazing Masai Mara Safari
Hope mission centre Project is a registered community based initiative
which offers a safe, happy, inexpensive and reliable volunteering experience to any kind hearted English speaking person who wants to come and help us! The school's budget is less than $2 per child per year which doesn't go far! Our experience of the world is limited because even teachers are poor. We started this project to get help for our children from people in the developed world. Our volunteers bring expertise, knowledge and enthusiasm. They inspire us.Our school children are aged 3-10 years and are about 40 in number.We teach English,maths,Music,sports,social studies,kiswahili and christian religious education.