East African Whale Shark Trust - Ukunda - Kenya - (Click for Project Page)
The East African Whale Shark Trust is a grass roots project dedicated to marine conservation in general and whale shark conservation in particular. Based on Diani beach the EAWST was founded in response to the increase in the whale shark population along the Kenyan coast as well as increased interest from the tourist sector.
International Humanity Foundation - Various Locations Worldwide - (Click for Project Page)
The International Humanity Foundation (IHF) is seeking forward-thinking, dynamic individuals of all ages/backgrounds to contribute to our orphanage and education centers in Kenya, Thailand or Indonesia. IHF has grown over the past 25 years under the visionary leadership of Carol Sasaki, CEO and the dedication of thousands of volunteers from around the world.
KIPEPEO COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM - LUANDA - KENYA - (Click for Project Page)
Kipepeo Community Empowerment Program (KCEP) is a community based organization that empowers needy community groups through various integrated activities to enable them achieve quality livelihood and be self-sustainable.
Soteni - Mituntu, Mbakalo, Ugenya, and Kuria - Kenya - (Click for project page)
Soteni aims to reduce the incidence of AIDS by empowering vulnerable communities develop sustainable interventions.
Dream Achievers Youth Organization - Mombasa - Kenya - (Click for project page)
Dream achievers youth organization is a non-profit & non-political organization established in 2005 by a group of young volunteers who wanted to explore theatre as a tool of passing educative massage to the community on the issues of sexuality, sexual & reproductive health, environmental conservation, human & child rights with a focus on youth.
Youth Organization For International Volunteers - Nakuru - Kenya - (Click for project page)
Youths Organization for International Volunteers ("Youths Organization") is a nongovernmental, nonpartisan and nonprofit making organization. Its unique goal is to offer services to the Kenyan community, through volunteering, that target and address the most serious issues affecting our community.
AFRICA VOLUNTEERS PLACEMENT -Nairobi - Kenya - (Click for project page)
Africa Volunteers Placement (A.V.P) was formed in the year 2010 to provide support and services to communities and the less fortunate in the society as we provide for education and a platform for success to the orphaned, widowed and the less privileged in the society.
World Corps -Nairobi - Kenya - (Click for project page)
The project is a micro finance project which was started in 2005 as a self-help group for 7 women running small quarry businesses in Nairobi. The lending services were officially separated from the Self-Help Group with the formation of the Credit and Savings society in mid-2008
Action for Cheetahs in Kenya - Nairobi - Kenya - (Click for project page)
Action for Cheetahs in Kenya (ACK) works to promote the conservation of cheetahs through research, awareness, and community participation in Kenya. ACK aims to promote the conservation of cheetahs through research, awareness and community participation in Kenya. ACK works closely with local wildlife authorities and landholders to develop policies and programmes that support wildlife conservation and human livelihoods for the long-term development of sustainable human and wildlife zones.
Colobus Conservation - Diani Beach - Kenya - (Click for project page)
Colobus Conservation Limited is a conservation organisation designed to promote the conservation, preservation and protection of primates like the nationally threatened Angolan colobus monkey (Colobus angolensis palliatus) and its coastal forest habitat in south eastern Kenya. Colobus Conservation has numerous projects concentrating on research and solutions for human/primate conflicts including animal welfare, biological/ecological research, community development and education, forest protection and enrichment and eco-tourism awareness program.
LUMO Volunteers - Ng'mbwa - Kenya - (Click for project page)
Lumo Volunteers is an organization that aims to bring volunteers from all over the world to the Lumo Conservancy in South Kenya to support the rangers in protecting the wildlife and helping the local community develop sustainable means of living. In the past years, there has been a growing number of dedicated people of all ages and of various nationalities who have really made a difference to this area.