Thinking of a Career in Emergency Management?
- BY Nicole Pelette
Apply for the IHF Kenya Children’s Home Program
The center is located in Kenya’s Rift Valley, in an area known as the African Great Lakes region, meaning when you are not working you are within two hours of some of the most spectacular national parks, wildlife, and adventure experiences you will find anywhere in Africa. Nakuru, Kenya acts as a hub for our education, agricultural, programs, as well as our other community development and empowerment work.
The International Humanity Foundation (IHF) has been active in Kenya for over 20 years working with local tribes, caring for and education children born into poverty and providing a place where international knowledge and skills can be employed to support the local community. Volunteers who sign up to donate their time at our IHF Kenya Center make a very real impact during their stay participating in any or all of the following local tasks:
The program requires requires a minimum time commitment of 4 months, though we encourage volunteers to stay for up to 1 year or more.
In addition to making a notable difference in the lives of the children we serve, you will also have access to the following benefits:
IHF is looking for individuals who can commit to the minimum four month program with a strong interest in global leadership.
At-Home Volunteers- Not sure if you are ready to travel and live as a volunteer at one of our centers? No problem! IHF is searching for At-Home Volunteers to support our mission remotely by committing 2-3 hours per week from their homes around the world. An At-Home volunteer should have access to a dependable computer, wifi connection, and experience with Google Suites applications is a plus.
Note: Due to the nature of our work with children, should your application be accepted we do require a clean criminal background check which is less than 1 year old.
IHF accepts applicants on a rolling basis | Apply Here
For any other enquiries contact our Volunteer Team | Here
For more information | www.ihfonline.org