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Kenya Teaching Volunteer Program

Last Updated: June 9, 2022

Kenya Teaching Volunteer Program

Mount Kenya stands above a stunning panorama of forested hills, patchwork farms, and woodland savanna, making Kenya a terrific spot to explore. It spans the equator and is lapped by the Indian Ocean. The huge savannas were studded with large animal herds. In the tropical area, mountains with snow-capped peaks. The core and color of the world are traditional peoples. Mountains, deserts, tribal cultures, and beaches may all be found in Kenya. It's also known for its national parks, which are home to a diverse range of animals. Kenya's cornerstone is tourism, but the nation also has a robust educational system, as well as an independent judiciary and press.

These initiatives are being carried out in a Kenyan school. Education in Africa is not as sophisticated as it is in affluent countries. Africa's nations are still making modest progress. Education is inadequate, academic institutions are in bad shape, and students learn beneath the shade of trees in certain areas. Schools lack textbooks and other facilities. There are few teachers that can handle large groups of youngsters. This is why we provide chances for volunteers to come in and assist as teachers. Volunteers will get experience on this side as well as assist in teaching and other school activities. It's always an experience for volunteers, and it opens their eyes to the rest of the globe.

Volunteer’s Roles Responsibilities and Activities

English, Math, Social Studies, Religious Education, Science, and other disciplines are taught by volunteers. Volunteers have complete autonomy over the subjects they teach and can teach as many as they choose. At the conclusion of the day, volunteers are free to coordinate sports and arts. During this time, many volunteers choose to tutor some pupils. Many volunteer teachers build strong bonds with their children, and they are frequently requested to join their families in festivities or to accompany them on activities outside of school. Despite their poverty, Kenyan youngsters are exceedingly kind, and volunteers will always feel warm and welcomed.

Arrival and Orientation

Our staff will pick you up from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and drive you to your community housing or host family. The remainder of the day is yours to relax and soak up Kenya's warmth. A formal meeting with your coordinators and other group members will be held. During orientation, you will learn more about Kenya and your program. Later in your vacation, you'll go to Kenya, a country noted for its history and hospitality.

Accommodation

The shared residence may accommodate 10 to 15 people. Group lodging in the manner of a hostel is offered, with gender-specific dormitory rooms. The leaders of the groups have their own sleeping quarters. Wi-Fi is offered, as are dining and living areas, as well as indoor showers. A host family may be assigned depending on the magnitude of the event. Our host family have undergone extensive background checks, have been with us for several years, and come highly recommended by former participants. 

Free Time Travel Activities 

Nairobi, Kenya's capital has a diversified population of people from several ethnic groups. Kenya has 42 tribes, all of whom speak the same ethnic languages. Nairobi serves as a crossroads for 42 tribes, with people coming to search for work, conduct business, and obtain academic degrees, among other things. Both foreign and domestic tourists will enjoy Nairobi's main attractions. Meanwhile, you may relax and tour Kenya. If this is your final day in the program, our team will assist you in making preparations for the future. Those that stick with the program will be given a two-day weekend to unwind. Placements that last more than a week are considered in the same way.

Fees and Cost

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