WhenAll year round
June 6, 2021
SAUTI MOJA PROJECT is a project initiated by New Chapter Development for Youth (NCDY) with the purpose of helping the most vulnerable children; especially street children and orphans.
As a volunteer for SAUTI MOJA PROJECT, you will spend most of your time getting to know the children and giving them lots of love and attention while teaching them some educational basics. Volunteers will engage with the children in a variety of activities aimed at building self-esteem, learning, and just having fun. As a SAUTI MOJA PROJECT volunteer your main aims will be the following: •Reintegration of Street Children • provide essential support to marginalized young children • Teach impoverished children important skills such as hygiene practices • Improve the future prospects of children and aid them to break the poverty cycle by supplying quality early childhood teaching • Expose volunteers, children and their families to different people and cultures. •English Club •Computer Class •Sports
Who do you need?
Whether you want to volunteer to empower vulnerable children, women, youth and people with disabilities, provide education and medical care to communities or teach children to play your favourite instrument, you’ll definitely find your place in one of our programs. In order to join the program, you need to be at least 18 years old on the program start date. There might be exemptions if you can provide the permission of your legal guardian(s) or if you are accompanied by your parents. English is the main language in all programs so it’s important that volunteers have a good understanding of the English language. This is important to communicate with the staff at the project center and other volunteers. Other Skills -A social mindset -Good communication skills -The ability to be a part of a team -Knowledge -Dedication -Good communication -Flexibility -Passion -Professionalism
What to do
20 per week
Days off per week
If you have an idea of which area you would like to volunteer in, even if it was not mentioned above, let us know and we will see if such an opportunity is available. All we need and care about is to serve and help the community.
Bed and Board
More information about conditions
NOTE:Our projects are run in a very low budget,We ask volunteer(s) to donate $ 5 per day for food
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