CIVS Kenya
CIVS Kenya
CIVS Kenya

Magodo Childrens Home

Children
Magodo Childrens Home

Magodo is a community-based organization that focuses on improving the lives of the less fortunate, vulnerable and destitute children in society.

The Project

Magodo Children's Home started in 1990 and registered as a community-based organization. Its main goal is to improve the lives of the less fortunate, vulnerable and destitute children in society. It serves 500 non-residential vulnerable poor children and orphans living with their relatives in the nearby slum. It further supports the 80 residential vulnerable orphans and destitute children of Magodo Children's Home and serves the community at large.

The Childrens’ Home offers shelter, food, clothing, medical care, rehabilitation and education. The complex Centre offers education – primary school (from grade 1 to 8), non-formal education, i.e., vocational training, technical training, HIV/AIDS campaigns, feeding programs, medical, clothing, sports, rehabilitation and counseling at the Center and through house-to-house outreach programs, seminars, workshops etc. Magodo's mission is to facilitate the provision of basic needs to vulnerable children and to further their education by supporting them spiritually, emotionally and psychologically to the best of our ability.

Location

Nairobi, Harambee Estate

Volunteer Tasks

Magodo's mission is to facilitate the provision of basic needs to vulnerable children and to further their education by supporting them spiritually, emotionally and psychologically to the best of our ability.

Volunteers will be involved in:

  • Taking care of the children as well as playing with them
  • Feeding the children
  • Assisting in preparation and serving of meals
  • Teaching English, Mathematics and Social Studies
  • Ensuring the compound is clean

Accomodation

The volunteer will live with a host family near the project site. The host family will provide breakfast and dinner.

Location

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