Promise Giving Organization gives the volunteers a chance to do volunteering work for children in Kenya in a meaningful way and contribute to the improvement of the country especially Nairobi region which is much overwhelmed by cases of abandoned, neglected, orphaned, abused and street children is full of many disparities that include its landscape to demographics, and more so its social and economic inequalities. Kenya is one of the most unequal countries in the sub-region of Africa according to UNICEF, the rise in mortality rates has been high because of several diseases such as HIV and Tuberculosis, thus unattended and uncared for children are rising numbers.
Promise Giving Organization requires volunteers 17 years of age or older at the time of joining the project, the participants should have an open mind and flexible attitude for working in a new and different environment, volunteers need to be flexible, open-minded and have a passion for working with children, they should also be proactive and have the ability to take initiative. All volunteers must provide a clean criminal background check report prior to joining the program and a parental consent form shall be required for volunteers under 18 years participants joining the program. We recommend a stay of at least for 3 months before relocating to another area of exploration.
Promise Giving Children’s Family offers volunteers a chance to care for children in our home, responsibilities at the project will be several for example assisting the caregivers in preparing nourishing meals for the children, teaching children, integrating, interactive and engaging methods – The children at our center are from different age groups, school going as well as babies.
Volunteers are always welcome to Promise Children’s Family to share their talents and resources with the less fortune children of the center, we believe in creating a lasting relationship with all our volunteers at various levels wherever they may be. Our services to these children demand that we work within the government guidelines and regulations of Child Protection and Safety; therefore, volunteers to Destined Children’s Centre must abide by our rules for the best interest of the children, all volunteers are required to sign a volunteer’s agreement form with the director of the home.
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