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Little Prinze Orphanage was started in 1009 as a jigger program helping curb jiggers in children mostly, this was done until 2010 where the founder  met a small girl called Eunice  Amita who changed the whole ideas of the project  from only  doing the jiggers programme to starting a children’s home that would carefully for neglected, abandoned and orphaned children. The project has grown over the years currently having 25 children 12 boys and 13 girls, with this number of children little prize started their own school where we could control the type quality education given to our kids with this school all our children can communicate fluently in English. The school is also opened to the community which helps our children intergraded with the other children in the community.




Teaching English (1-2 hours a day) to children, Organizing games, drawing, singing, dancing, and other creative education and extracurricular activities, Taking kids on Playgrounds, Helping kids to do homework, monitor academic progress, and make sure kids complete their homework, Sanitation (helping kids in brushing teeth, shower, and personal hygiene),Child care services for orphans who cannot go to school, Help kids to dress up and reach school safely, Help with administration, running errands etc,Help in other activities or programs designed for kids.

Volunteers assist with projects that aim to encourage youth from disadvantaged communities to further their education and personal development. In addition to promoting the importance of education, individuals may be also be encouraged to undertake vocational training where they are able to gain key job skills. Volunteers may create social workshops or run specific skills-based workshops such as language classes, computing, sports, drama or music. Extra activities: helping the children with their homework, washing the kids, their clothes, helping in office work, Jiggers programme mostly field work and visiting school and children affected, cooking and giving food to small kids.


Volunteer will help to organize and facilitate activities, set-up/ clean up, meals and snack preparation and serving support in teaching English and other subjects in orphanages. Provide practical help such as gardening, and baby –sitting or painting and decorating. Involve in the care, safety, security and overall well being of children who range in age from infancy to teen, feedthem, wash them take them to class and play with the kids.


Volunteers will stay in the hostel inside the orphanage home. Meals will be prepared by house parents with the help of volunteers.

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 will begin in the morning of the 3th April 2018 at GVDA offices and you will be picked up from accommodation and taken to the orientation will be conducted by GVDA staff or Coordinator and cover everything you need to know about your project placement. Introduction to Kenya and Luhya land,  Luhya customs, 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


Most of our free time will be spent sharing culture and friendship with local community members and the other volunteers on the project. There will be an opportunity to Kakamega forest for sunrise, sunset, crying stone. Also to visit Lake Victoria for boat ride, hippo search, birds watching, impala park, dunga hill camp visit the Rusinga Island.