Volunteer in Kenya for the Environment

Volunteer in Kenya for the Environment

Colobus Conservation

Diani Beach, Kenya
Colobus Conservation Limited is a conservation organisation designed to promote the conservation, preservation and protection of primates like the nationally threatened Angolan colobus monkey (Colobus angolensis palliatus) and its coastal forest habitat in south eastern Kenya.
Environment
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Academic Health and Agricultural Development Initiative (AHADI) is a registered Not-for-profit Organization with a mission to fight ignorance, Disease and poverty in rural parts of Kenya through education, healthcare and economic empowerment by use of available resources and voluntary service.
Agriculture Education Environment
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This is a community based organization registered by the Kenya government. Our programs focuses on education, health, capacity building, sports, food security and environment.RAY is a charitable organization involved in development of the child-welfare, women & the youths in our society.
Agriculture Education Environment
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This is a community organization that is promoting women empowerment & community table banking activities and also focusing on sustainable developed integrated by recovery efforts.
the organization is registered with the government of Kenya through the ministry of culture and social services.
Agriculture Education Environment
Accommodation Meals

THIS IS A COMMUNITY PROGRAM THAT IS SUPPORTING THE EDUCATION OF NEEDY IN THE COMMUNITY BY WORKING VERY CLOSELY WITH COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS SHARING OUR OBJECTIVES .
Agriculture Childcare Education
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Riley Orton Foundation

KISUMU, Kenya
We are a youth-led grassroots org based in Obambo village and obunga slum in Kisumu Kenya, East africa. We empower girls through quality education at Akili Girls Preparatory School www.akilischool.weebly.com . and marginalized women through entrepreneurship training at www.maendeleohub.org
Agriculture Childcare Education
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We are a community school project proving education and community empowerment actions for social change and sustainability. we are based in the village with a slum characteristics and many challenges that need strategic partners.
Agriculture Childcare Education
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We are a Community Based Organization, Non-Profit and Non-Governmental that help spearhead community driven development initiatives and enable needy community groups( women, youths, children) participate in integrated activities to achieve quality livelihood and be self-sustainable.
Childcare Education Environment
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A community organization providing education to the children and women support program.
Agriculture Education Environment
Accommodation Meals

WE ARE A COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND EMPOWERMENT ORGANIZATION.
Agriculture Education Environment
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Latest Reviews


Awesomeee!! reviewed by Vishal Joshi
"As a wildlife management and conservation student i had an amazing experience at colobus conservation. This opportunity gave me a chance to understand monkeys much better than i used to in terms of anatomy, behavior and welfare. As much as it was an educational experience, it was also fun. Diani beach is great spot to relax and have fun. Thank you colobus conservation for doing such an amazing job to help monkeys in the area and for making my experience worthwhile. "
on 14/09/2016

Great experience in Kenya ! reviewed by KIM SANG YEON
"Hi, I am from South Korea.
When I finished my University, I was eager to do something new and meaningful. So, I volunteered for this wonderful activity. I went to Bomet county, which is the main production area of the tea in order to participate in 6 weeks volunteer programme.
Bomet has a very clean sky and nature. Food are very healthy, likes maize, potato, keil, spinach, bananas, pumkins and so on. I had had a bad diet habit that prefer to eat fast and unhealthy food. So, My parents also a bit happy with local Kenyan food .
It’s very clear that there was a huge cultural gap between Kenya and my homeland. However, someone said, “What does not kill you, makes you strong.” I am highly agree with this. Definitely, there were challenges in terms of living in other country. However, It was not able to stop my journey! Now, I recollect my journey and it was quite meaningful and invaluable. I also went to Mombasa, the largest port in East Africa, and get into the Indian Ocean. The ocean is so clean, has beautiful scenery.
When it comes to Kenya, sometimes, people are confused about safety. As I experienced, Kenya is a really safe place. I have never seen the peoeple who are fighting or shouting. They are very kind and generous. I would like to point out that even I just walk down the street in Nairobi, some guys came to me and said, “Welcome to my country, and thank you for your visiting.” What a strong social cohesion.
If someone read this short writing, I want tell you.
What are you waiting for? Do not hesitate! Go forward!

I am looking forward to revisiting Kenya sooner or later.
(I should have been to Masai Mara National Reserve!)
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