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Volunteer in Kenya

HOSPITAL AND CLINIC SUPPORT

Limuru, Kenya
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
Impact: Healthcare
This medical program supports the healthcare system in Limuru, a tea town in Kenya where the community struggles with inadequate infrastructure, overc ...

TEACHING & CHILDCARE

Opening in 2022
Limuru, Kenya
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
Impact: Childcare
Offer your teaching assistance to vulnerable children in the Limuru community in Kenya, many of whom are orphaned, affected by HIV/AIDS, and developm ...

HOSPITAL-BASED MEDICAL INTERNSHIP

Limuru, Kenya
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
Impact: Healthcare
For those who are studying or qualified in a medical or healthcare field, this customized internship will provide you with unparalleled access to a ra ...

BIG CAT WILDLIFE RESEARCH & CONSERVATION

Maasai Mara, Kenya
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi
Impact: Wildlife Conservation
Join our team on the edge of the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya for a rare chance to conduct wildlife research on 3 of Africa’s most iconic b ...

Kenya

In Kenya’s native Swahili, the word ‘safari’ translates to ‘journey’ and this land, which inspired some of Ernest Hemingway’s greatest classics is Africa’s quintessential safari destination. However, there’s more to see here than just the beautiful scenery – the country is rich in Maasai and Samburu cultures, as well as modern cities and bustling marketplaces.

The famous Masai Mara National Reserve is the jewel in Kenya’s crown, the fresh waters of Lake Naivasha are an unusual gem, while Mount Kenya towers over the country’s landscape. As diverse as its landscape are the people, especially in the country’s capital of Nairobi which is a melting pot of cultures from all over the world including Europe, Asia and other parts of Africa.

Quick Facts:

  • The largest city, Nairobi, is also the Republic’s capital.
  • It is located in the African Great Lakes Region
  • Its number one export, coffee, is not something commonly consumed by locals – they prefer tea
  • After coffee, tourism is Kenya’s biggest income generator