I am Jonathan, I am 25 years old, married to my awesome wife Eunice and have a one year old son named Moses! I am an orphan myself who was helped to clear his education by an American family. I founded the project to help my community overcome the challenges that are facing the youth in Kajiado. The youth in our community face many difficult challenges from Female Genital Mutilation and Child Marriage to access to clean water and a good education. We help by connecting volunteers to projects on the ground here in the Kajiado community. We offer volunteers the unique ability to choose which projects they would like to get involved with when they arrive.
We are constantly looking to expand our network of volunteers and raise awareness of the issues that face the Maasai community. If you would like to learn more and "meet" me you can watch my interview on Arise News during my last trip to London to raise money and awareness for us in the UK!
I hope you come to stay with us!
By utilizing the rich cultural heritage the Organization will create events that benefit the entire community and especially the most in need. The Organization will cooperate with local and International NGOs which will supply the community with Volunteers that will motivate the community in achieving their goals as well to provide the necessary knowledge.
The volunteers can teach arrange of subjects including English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Religious education, Science and more. Volunteers are to chose the subjects they teach as they can teach the subject they like but usually specialize in one or two subject. Volunteers are also free to coordinate sports and learn Maasai culture and arts at the end of the day. We build a rescue center for the girls who are facing Female Genital Mutilation FGM and early marriages and some of the volunteers who wish will be working over there. We have forty ( 40 ) girls in the rescue center. Many volunteers are also opt to tutor some students during the period.
Swahili (Kiswahili): Courant
The houses are well made with enough security and shower. We shall give the Volunteers food, and nice beds.
Volunteers will have fun with families they stay with and accompany them to our town to check their emails and communicate with their homes or families.
The volunteers will be is a maasai community. In Maasai community people keep animals like cattle, goats, sheep, donkeys, etc . We do plant Maize, Beans, Potatoes and others. The food which is available is Ungali and sukuma, Chapati and potatoes, Rice and meat and other foods which I experience volunteers like. In town you can get anything needed.
Volunteers will have many activities but it depends on what they like. Volunteers will teach pupils various subjects. The volunteers can teach arrange of subjects including English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Religious education, Science and more. Volunteers are to chose the subjects they teach as they can teach the subject they like but usually specialize in one or two subject. Volunteers are also free to coordinate sports and arts at the end of the day. The Maasai Moran will also have time to teach the volunteers about Maasai culture by performing Maasai dances, tell legends and stories to them. Many volunteers are also opt to tutor some students during the period.
The Volunteers will benefit from our cultural exchange because they will take photos of the Moran which many like, they will be given Maasai Jewelries free and can buy more to sell when they are back home, they will write notes and can get to show in their countries. The volunteers can visit Maasai Manyattas and go and see Moran graduating, Meet to see Maasai traditional wedding etc.
Accès Internet limité
Nous avons des animaux
Nous sommes fumeurs
Plus de 2
Pourquoi workaway.info autorise-t-il certains hôtes à faire payer des frais ?
Dans les pays en voie de développement (où la plupart des hôtes sont engagés dans des associations caritatives ou des programmes de développement au service de la communauté locale), certains de nos hôtes peuvent demander aux workawayers de faire un petit don pour aider la famille d'accueil ou l’association (souvent moins de 5 dollars par jour). Workaway n'autorise cette demande de don que si le don va directement à la famille ou à l'association et s'il ne sert qu’à couvrir les frais de séjour des volontaires. (Les annonces où l’hôte demande des frais seront clairement identifiées dans la liste d'annonces).
Nous n'autorisons en aucun cas les annonces d'agences, d’intermédiaires ou de projets qui nous semblent vouloir profiter des volontaires.