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Become a true citizen of the world through kvcdp volunteering programs. kvcdp volunteer programs let you break out of the normal tourist travel and make a real, lasting change on your volunteer abroad in Kenya programs
Why Kvcdp ?
Kvcdp have been running volunteering programs, medical work camps in Kenya since 2005. We have so far handled over 5000 happy volunteers from all walks of life who share our vision that together we can make a difference
Kvcdp volunteer programs are open to all volunteers with the same spirit and welcome volunteers from all walks of life who wish to come to Kenya to share our commitment and care in supporting vulnerable communities.
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- Children Program in Orphanages
- HIV/AIDS Program
- Medical/Health Program
- Teaching in Local Schools
- Youth Program
- Environmental conservation
- VolunTravel in Kenya
- Volunteer Start Dates
- Volunteer Internship
- Operation Africa Volunteers
- Shangilia Day Care Center
- Support a Child in Kenya
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Sponsor a Child
There are a huge number of children in Kenya who are either partially or totally orphaned and vulnerable due to HIV-AIDS in Kenya, they dont get basic neccessities like food clothing access to education and even shelter. They suffer the cruelty of both freezing cold and hot sun. Due to poor living conditions that their widowed parents and unable guardians subject them to, these children die of malnutrition and lack of access to medical or emotional care. The nature of our hearts can bring a significant change to our environment, more especially to the people we see around but dont necessarily live with.
You can make the world a better place to live in by being a child's hope and reason for love and belonging in this world. Be a loving and kind-hearted family or individual to support a child. Your donation and support would highly be appreciated however small.
Your participation in an activity to support a child left vulnerable or orphaned by HIV-AIDS would also act as a way of fighting hunger and alleviating poverty