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Trusted by 125,000+ volunteers, IVHQ offers the world's #1 rated volunteer programs in Kenya and 50+ destinations worldwide.
For the past 5 years, we've won the "Top Volunteer Abroad Provider Award" from GoOverseas, so you can trust that you're in the safest hands with IVHQ in Kenya.
Our affordable projects start from $23/day for your accommodation, meals, airport pick-up, project placement and local support. Projects run year-round, with durations from 1-12 weeks. Choose from 6 life-enriching projects, ranging from Kindergarten, Teaching and Women's Education in the natural beauty of the capital of Nairobi or the cultural center of rural Maasailand. Plus, you’ll stay with other like-minded, impact-focused travelers from around the world (private room options available).
With IVHQ’s superior pre-departure support services, you’ll gain exclusive access to your own Volunteer Travel Specialist, comprehensive preparation tools and volunteer training before you leave home.
- Cheapest volunteer programs from $23/day for your accommodation, meals, airport pick-up, project placement & local support.
- Volunteer for 1-12 weeks, year round start dates most Mondays
- 15+ years experience & only B Corp certified volunteer travel organization
- Get free changes up to 14 days before you start with our flexible booking policy
- Affordable way to earn college credit - gain 5 credits for only US$500!
Looking for a life-changing experience? Join International Volunteer HQ’s Kindergarten project in Kenya and make a difference in the lives of young children! As a volunteer, you’ll work in early childhood centers, community centers, and kindergartens, helping to empower local children and educators. These centers often lack resources, so your help is crucial. You’ll gain valuable experience while making a lasting impact on the lives of Kenyan children.
As a volunteer teacher in Kenya, make a difference in under-resourced schools and provide invaluable support to local staff. International volunteers are sought after for their ability to introduce different languages, cultures and ideas to students. You can teach a range of subjects including Maths, English, Science, Geography, History, Art and Physical Education. Gain teaching experience and broaden the horizons of students while helping them to access education they may not have otherwise.
As a volunteer on the Women’s Education project in Kenya, you'll work closely with centers that support women affected by HIV/AIDS in providing companionship, guidance and sometimes childcare. Volunteers assist in a range of areas, including counseling, skill training and providing education. This project is particularly relevant for those with skills and interests in arts and craft-making, as well as an interest in supporting women to become self-sufficient.
Sport plays a big role in the lives of young, enthusiastic Kenyans. Many children grow up with very little, but by using sport as an outlet for fun and competition, they gain skills and coordination while enjoying themselves at the same time. As a volunteer on our Sports Education project in Kenya, you’ll help to broaden their knowledge of sports, teach foreign sports and educate them about general fitness, health and wellbeing.
Due to lack of support and education around disability awareness in Kenya, many disabled children and adults are kept out of the public eye. As a volunteer on this project, you'll assist with providing daily hands-on support and disability education among families and local communities. This project is well suited to caring and open minded individuals with an interest in helping those with special needs.