Sadhana Forest Kenya
Sadhana Forest Kenya, an international ecological and humanitarian NGO, is looking for volunteers to work with the Samburu tribe in Kenya!
What We Need
In addition to planting/monitoring trees and water conservation works, Sadhana Forest Kenya has projects within our campus such as a goshala (cow sanctuary), cob construction, permaculture-designed demonstration plots, and developing appropriate technologies. Also, we have daily support tasks such as cooking, cleaning, compost toilet maintenance, and general upkeep of our campus. Your tasks at Sadhana Forest Kenya also depend on the season and the skills you have. Please be prepared to help wherever needed.
When & Who
What we Provide
Accommodation at Sadhana Forest Kenya will be in your own tent beneath a shelter or acacia tree.
We enjoy 100% whole-food vegan meals. We do our best to source organic/local food where possible.
At Sadhana Forest Kenya we are very concerned with peaceful living and sustainability. We find that a vegan diet and lifestyle best supports these ideals. This means that, inside of Sadhana Forest Kenya, we only eat plant-based foods, food not from animals nor from animal products. The consumption of animal products is the largest contributing factor to deforestation in the world and we don’t want to reforest with our hands while we are deforesting with our mouths!
Sadhana Forest Kenya is a non-profit ecological project that does not generate any income. Therefore, we cannot afford to provide free food for volunteers. The total cost of food per person is 700 Kenyan Shillings (KES) per day, around 7 USD. Please bring with you 600 KES x number of days that you wish to stay.
More Services we Offer
From nearest bus stand (8km away from Sadhana Forest Kenya)
Additional Info about Us
Volunteers at Sadhana Forest Kenya should not smoke cigarettes, use drugs, or drink alcohol during the entire time of their stay. Only come when this is a realistic lifestyle for you.
Sadhana Forest Kenya is an International NGO working to establish food security through indigenous food forestry and water conservation with the Samburu people. We train local people in tree planting and tree care and plant indigenous food producing trees with them around their homes. Sadhana Forest Kenya established a training and demonstration center in Samburu county in north Kenya where we also host the volunteers.