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Jombas children’s home is a home in Kijiwetanga, near Malindi, with twenty orphans and children who can't live with their families due to circumstances. The children are in the age group between 4 and 10 years. Jombas Children's Home was founded in 2010 by father Babu, a priest. The home is established in a house that has been put at their disposal by a community member. The home is run by a manager with assistance of a caretaker, cook and two teachers.

You can get an impression on the Jombas children's home tour

Jombas was recently founded and is in a process of growing into a place where children can grow up in a safe and inspiring environment.The home has nursery classes where Jombas' and children from the community go to school. This year Jombas also started with lower primary school classes.

Opportunities for volunteers:

  • Teaching and assisting in school
  • Organizing leisure activities
  • Assisting with homework
  • Assisting in making files for children

Accommodation: in the home for 7,50 euro, in Watamu (see God Our Father) or in cheap accommodation in Malindi.

Are you interested in volunteering in Jombas? Contact us or fill the registration of interest form.


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Jethro Arts Everything was great and arranged perfectly and professionally. The contact by mail before we travelled to Kenya was clear and easy. The pick up from the airport was without any problems. The introduction day in Kilifi was great as well. Still thanks to Everlyn and the student who has learned us (a couple of words) Swahili. Special thanks to Cocky for her commitment and everything she has done for us. We like to do voluntary work with Kenya Xperience! again.
Jurriaan Wesselink Ik (heb) veel gezien, gedaan en, onbewust, veel geleerd. Het was echt top en ik weet niet hoe ik kan zeggen hoe ik de organisatie kan bedanken, zonder deze  organisatie was het niet zo gelukt! Echt top. Dit nemen ze me nooit meer af.
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