The Malkia Initiative

Kajiado, Kenya, Africa
The Malkia Initiative works to enhance the enrollment, retention, attendance and transition of girls in school through mentorship and implemention of Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health and rights (ASRHR) programs in Kajiado, Kenya .

Volunteering Activities

Social Work
Web Work
Women Empowerment

What We Need

The Malkia need volunteers to help with their Menstrual Hygiene Management program.
To help set up our Skill development center
Mentor and teach our teenage girls and indigenous women
Help us with fundraising.


When & Who

Anytime of the year.
Yes, we require a minimum of 2 Weeks
2 weeks
Individuals, Family with Kids, Groups, Retirees

What we Provide

Types: Guesthouse

Volunteers will stay at a modern guest house just close to the town

Types: Variety, Accommodate Dietary Restrictions
Wifi & Satellite

Our Fees

$30 daily

No reservation fee needed, Volunteers to pay on arrival.

A cost of $210 per week will be charged to cover accommodation food and transport.
Volunteers to cover for their personal items.

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More Services we Offer

May have additional fees
Pretrip Assistance
Pick Up/Drop Off
Social Activities

Contact Person

Jedidah Lemaron
334-01100, Kajiado, Kenya.
100% response rate , 68 hour(s) response time.

Other Ways to support us

School Outreach

We run most of our programs in school. Our volunteers can experience our daily work by coming with us to a school or community

We need, a projector, used/new laptops, books, stationaries, sewing machines, Balls, skipping ropes and other toys and monetary donations to develop our center for the girls and women

Additional Info about Us

Up to 5 people

Kenyan visa and work permit might be needed.

The Malkia Initiative is a nonprofit; community-based humanitarian organization, which promotes girl child education and women empowerment. Our vision is that women and girls will rise up and gain their rightful position in the society and we are guided by our Mantra "Making Lives Count". Our mission, therefore, is to sensitize the community and consequently enhance the enrollment and retaining of girls in school and to uplift the capacity of women mentally and economically. Our programs result in the increase of confidence, courage, independence, and collaboration as well as educational and personal development both for the women and girls.