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GVDA 05/01 KENIA Kisumu/Nyando EDUCATION/CULTURE 04/05/2018 24/05/2018

Benards Vision Boarding Pri.

Bernard Vision Boarding Primary School was founded in 2000, and is a mixed primary school. The boys and girls who attend Bernard are between 6 and 15 years old. The school currently has 370 pupils and 18 teachers.
The school is situated along Kisumu Nairobi Highway in Ahero.Bernard vision boarding primary school was started to help and rescue Boys and Girls who were homeless difficulties in accessing education from other schools some used to do heavy jobs and garbage collection in order to get food and provide for their families.
Students who want to learn but cannot afford an education.
Out of Bernardwho had a vision work too hard and starve to death in order to make a change in the local community to help the Families who need health care and touch the thousands of orphans who leaves in a miserable life.

Teach, play, organize games, repair and build classrooms
Promote culture twice a week volunteers will be planting trees in local schools, community centres, and organize training, guiding and cancelling


Volunteers will stay in school dormitories. Accommodations are very simple, there is running water, electricity and meals will be prepared by volunteers.
Beds and Mattresses will be provided. Volunteer to carry; mosquito nets, sleeping bag, a pillow and water purifying tablets. Chess, playing and tents are necessary.

Volunteers Skills and Interests

Participants should have a positive attitude, be ready to adopt and enjoy simple living conditions, be flexible and patient motivated to learn about conservation, to work with children and adults and ability to speak English.

Project Fees 250 EUROS which includes project work, housing, all Meals, transport from the airport pick up/return and to the project site, and 24 hours on side staff support.

Orientation Orientation will begin in the morning of the 3rd May 2018 at GVDA offices and you will be picked up from accommodation and taken to the orientation
will be conducted by GVDA staff in Nairobi and cover everything you need to know about your project placement. Introduction to Kenya and luo land, Luo customs, language training (Kiswahili and luo), routes and expectations, safety, travel opportunities in Kenya, introduction to your project and placement. The orientation will also give you a chance to meet other volunteers and swap contact details for weekend travel and socializing.

Leisure activities This will provide opportunities for international volunteers to learn/ enjoy local life and exchange with local people, Maasai Mara National Game Reserve ,Lake Victoria in
Kisumu city for boat ride, Hippo search, bird watching and sun set at Dunga hill camp Volunteers can also visit Kakamega Tropical Rain Forest for beautiful sun rise,callabas
monkey white and black monkey, blue monkey and red tail monkey crying stone in Kakamega,Mtelgon lake Nkururu.