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Every child deserves to have access to every basic requirement that will enable him or her grow to be a responsible and productive adult. That is what Barnabas children home and school do. We help children who by unfortunate circumstance are unable to access all the basic requirements that a child needs. Our greatest gift to any child is LOVE which many orphans in Kenya society lack. The far we have come is because of your generous donation and we truly thank you. Welcome you to be part of our home and school as we raise these wonderful children.

The main objectives is to minister to the holistic needs of the orphans, the disabled and the vulnerable children.

The project  has 40 wonderful children whose stories are incredible, which some can leave you in tears. Some of them are orphans, some disabled and others are from the street.

-Work as classroom assistant helping local teachers with their work
-Prepare lesson notes/scheme of work 
-Organize learning materials 
-Develop a teaching method e.g. -Teach classes through lecturing, discussions and demonstration. 
-Discuss output and methods with fellow teachers and supervisor. 
-Assess the performance of the students through work assignments etc. 
-Organize out door/indoor games with students.
-Meet with parents/guardians to discuss progress of their children


Volunteers will stay in host families. Accommodations are very simple, there is running water, 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 cards, and tents (optional).

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 21th June 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 mijikenda land, Swahili customs, language 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, we have quit a number of tourists attractions and site seeing points e.g. fort Jesus, mama Ngina drive, the old town, Mwaluganje elephant sanctuary, Shimoni caves, the great Mombasa temples, elephant tusks, Ngomongo village, haller park, Nguuini wildlife sanctuary, falconry bird sanctuary, Akamba curving center, the great Indian ocean swimming beaches and marine wildlife park.