Code of Project

Workcamp in Kenya

Code of the project: 0413k-KE

Nature of the project: Education and Child Support
Starting & Ending Date: September 02 – September 24
Skills and Qualification: Not Required
Workcamps Cost: 275 $
Total Space Available: 10

Project Highlights:

The local disadvantaged and vulnerable children’s are facing lots of problems in their daily life, from education to business and practical life, their life is full of hurdles and difficulties as society is not providing them sufficient support and help. GWC with the help of the young volunteers will help and provide education and training to these innocent disadvantaged children’s. Volunteers will teach English, Science, Maths and other educational subjects in a more practical way. Young youth will also teach informal education and vocational training like tailoring, IT products, repairing, painting and other works, this will allow these children’s to start their own business in the future. During the free time, you can arrange games, sports activities, singing and other exciting events and competitions for these poor children’s, your little help and support will spread a smile on the faces of these vulnerable and disadvantages children’s, join our hands in this Noble project

IMPORTANT: Typically you are expected to work for about 4 to 6 hours a day; however if you wish to put in more working hours in the interest of needy you are welcome. A typical working day begins after breakfast at 8:30 am till 11 am and after lunch at 1:30 pm to 3:30pm. It is highly recommended that you work with other project closely to adjust better and maximize the impact.

Project ltinerary:

Day 1: Arrival at Nairobi International Airport, from where you will be taken to your respective accommodation. At GWC office, you will be introduced to our staff and will be more of a familiarization trip.

Day 2 – 17: Work at Project Location in the first half of the day (Please refer Project Highlights for details). During the second half you will be required to visit community, interact with them gain more understanding of the issues they face at grass root level, help them address it through drama, plays or any fun filled activities. On weekends the volunteers are encouraged to visit tourist spots and other picnic spots for much needed relaxation.

Day 18: Completion of project, final experience synthesis and Farewell program will be conducted at the end. This is a wonderful platform to the participants to recall and share important experiences and lessons learnt. During this, a short program of certificate distribution will also take place. Once the program is over, the group of volunteers (youth participants) will leave for departure for their respective destinations.


  • Above is just a suggested, sample itinerary and might be changed by the country coordinator if and when required. However, you will receive the final work camp itinerary upon your arrival in the host country. The program coordinator will also provide you day-to-day work schedule before the work camp starts.
  • If any participant needs to reschedule their journey due to any unavoidable circumstances please do keep GWC informed. We will try to do the best suited arrangements.

Food and Accommodation

GWS partner organizations at Kenya will arrange and manage your accommodation, food and supervision while you work in a project. During the work camp, your accommodation would be made accessible either with a host family, in a project hostel, in a dormitory or a Home base. The living conditions depend upon the area you are assigned with, you may have not have continuous supply of electricity for example. You’ll be served 3 (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) meals a day including local delicacies like rice, bread, beans and vegetable with occasional supplement of chicken or mutton. The meal might be cooked by a group of volunteers with the support of local staff. Although a beautiful, warm and friendly place, you should not expect luxurious treatment or accommodations because we ideally want you to feel and experience the real local Kenyan culture and lifestyle closely.