Through education and care protect lives and families while immersing in fascinating Kenya culture and exploring the country.
Kenya has been hit hard by the menace of HIV/AIDS. Many families have been devastated by the disease as they’ve lost bread winners, women have become windowed and children orphans. There are now many local initiatives underway to treat the victims and spread the awareness against the prevention of the disease. Many efforts have become successful and saved thousands of lives.
RCDP have teamed up with these initiatives and we are now offering you an opportunity to volunteer in our HIV/AIDS project in Kenya. Through your work and dedication, these local initiatives will gain more momentum and succeed in saving thousands of lives.
No specific qualification required to volunteer in HIV/AIDS project. Volunteers should compassion towards people contracted with HIV/AIDS virus and shouldn't hesitate to take care of them. You should also have drive, enthusiasm and passion to work in conditions very alien to you.
Volunteers will work with kids and adults in spreading awareness and train and educate the people. You will also counsel in the hospitals and grassroots communities severely affected by the disease. Outreach program is another feature of the project and under it you will be involved in hospice care. As part of this project, you may have to be involved in organizing seminars. Your work can include:
The HIV/AIDS project in Kenya is located in Nairobi. It is the capital and the largest city in Kenya. Nairobi is a modern city and a regional business hub in east Africa. Nairobi is also located close to national parks and you can go for many safari expeditions while in Nairobi. The city itself is surrounded by plains, cliffs and forest that make up the city's Nairobi National Park. You can also enjoy lively nightlife, variety of shops, restaurants and bustling market in Nairobi.