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Mwangaza Orphans Group

    

Mwangaza orphans group is a children home situated in Kiwandani, a village near Kilifi town. The home cares for 40 children, 21 girls and 19 boys, with the youngest child is three years old and the oldest thirteen years. The home started in 2009 as a nursery school and become children’s home to support orphans and other needy children.

Although Mwangaza is a small children’s home it has a nursery school where younger children from the home attend to while the older go to a public primary school in the community. There is a small playgroud near the home and the beach (the children love to go and swim on Saturdays!) is within walking distance


John Kaingu is the Director of the project, while Matron Matilda is the super Mama providing motherly love assisted by four other Mamas.  The Mwangaza staff and children will be great full to have a volunteer who can assist with the daily home activities, assist in the nursery school and can do extra curricular activities with the children.

Possibilities for volunteers

  • Assist with the daily home activities
  • Assist with teaching in the nursery school
  • Taking the children out, for example to the beach
  • Assisting the older children with homework/school work
  • Home visits

Volunteers will work Mondays – Fridays. Peacock Court hotel is a five minutes walk from Upendo Orphans Project (800 shilling single room, 1000 single double room), Watergate hotel (1200 shilling single room, 1400 shilling double room), guesthouse Belozi with kitchen facilities (2000 shilling single room, 3000 shilling double room), guestroom in private house (2000 shilling per person, including breakfast)

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


 

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