Frivillig

  • Bliv frivillig in Kenya

    Bliv frivillig i Kenya

    Igennem mange år har NLAI haft frivillige i både længere og kortere perioder. Et ekstra par hænder er altid en hjælp og NLAI er taknemmelig for den forskel de gør. Som frivillig hos NLAI skal man være villig til at arbejde, til at hjælpe med at gøre en forskel og man skal være mindst 20 år gammel. Måske har du afsluttet gymnasiet eller en videregående uddannelse og har lyst til et anderledes år, før du skal videre i livet. Måske er i en familie, som ønsker sig en helt speciel oplevelse sammen. Alle er velkomne, men man skal dog sende en ansøgning til godkendelse.


    Det er et stort privilegium, når nogle vælger frivilligt at give deres tid til at hjælpe os i NLAI i Nakuru, Kenya. I NLAI elsker vi at have frivillige, for vi tror på at det er givende og inspirerende for alle parter (Susanne, Direktør NLAI)


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    Som frivillig vil du skabe nye relationer med både børnene og de ansatte hos NLAI. Disse relationer vil give dig en bedre kulturforståelse, hvilket vil være en stor fordel for dig, uanset hvor i verden du kommer i fremtiden.

    Sammen med en leder hos NLAI vil i sammen blive enige om, hvilke opgaver du kan varetage under dit ophold. Opgaverne vil afhænge af din uddannelse, interesser, evner og kvalifikationer. Hvis du er frivillig i en længere periode, forventer vi, at du tager aktiv del i NLAI’s arbejde. Nedenfor finder du vores manual, som indeholder detaljeret information for frivillige. Læs den grundigt før du ansøger. Spørg endelig, hvis du har nogle spørgsmål.
    Under dit ophold vil du få mulighed for flere forskellige ture rundt i Kenya, som er et utrolig smukt land. Vi hjælper dig med at planlægge disse ture.


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    Ideas

    We want to hear your brilliant ideas

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    Different tasks

    You will be involved in many different projects and tasks.

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    Fun!

    To be a volunteer is not only hardcore work but also fun!


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    Become a volunteer in Kenya

    Der er brug for mange forskellige evner og kvalifikationer hos NLAI. I et arbejde, hvor målgruppen er fattige, socialt belastede børn med mange grimme oplevelser i bagagen, har vi både brug for lærere, psykologer, pædagoger, sygeplejersker osv. Ligeledes i administrationen kan vi også bruge mange forskellige evner. Her kan f.eks. nævnes kontoruddannede, journalister, web-uddannede osv. Det er kun fantasien der sætter grænser.

    Har du lyst til at blive frivillig og særligt bruge din uddannelse, er du meget velkommen hos NLAI. Ansøg her på siden og uddyb i ansøgningen, hvordan du ønsker at hjælpe. Det er muligt at kombinere din indsats, sådan at du både varetager opgaver, hvor din uddannelse er nødvendig og hvor den ikke er det.


    Det er et stort privilegium, når nogle vælger frivilligt at give deres tid til at hjælpe os i NLAI i Nakuru, Kenya. I NLAI elsker vi at have frivillige, for vi tror på at det er givende og inspirerende for alle parter (Susanne, Direktør NLAI)


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    As a volunteer you will build relationships both with the children as well as the staff at NLAI. This will give you a better cultural understanding, which can be a great advantage for you no matter where in the world you will work in the future.

    After talking with a leader in NLAI, you will jointly agree on which tasks you can conduct during your stay. It all depends on your education, interests, skills and qualifications. As a long-term volunteer, we expect that you are here to be an active part of NLAI’s work. Therefore we ask our volunteers to work 5 days a week for approximately 7 hours per day (pensioner’s may make special agreements). It is possible to buy lunch at the NLAI centre or you can also bring a packed lunch with you (max. 1 hour lunch break). You have to be flexible when working at NLAI. During your stay in Kenya it is possible to go on a variety of trips to see the beautiful country.


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    Ideas

    We want to hear your brilliant ideas

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    Different tasks

    You will be involved in many different projects and tasks.

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    Fun!

    To be a volunteer is not only hardcore work but also fun!


  • become a volunteer

    Become a volunteer in Kenya

    Er du under uddannelse og skal i et praktikforløb, er det også en mulighed hos NLAI. På samme vis som frivillige, skal du ansøge her på hjemmesiden. Det er vigtigt at du tydeligt beskriver, hvilken uddannelse du tager, hvad du ønsker at specialisere dig i, hvad du ønsker din praktik skal omhandle, og til sidst, hvilke specifikke krav dit uddannelsessted har opsat. Din ansøgning vil blive udgangspunktet for videre dialog omkring dit praktikophold.

    Det er vigtigt at notere, at du selv er ansvarlig for, at dit uddannelsessted godkender dit praktikophold. Vi udfylder selvfølgelig gerne nødvendige papirer og skriver også en anbefaling efter afsluttet praktikforløb.


    It is a great privilege when people choose to volunteer their time to help us at NLAI in Nakuru, Kenya. In NLAI we are keen to have volunteers to help out, as we believe that it is rewarding and inspirational for everyone involved


    girls-house

    As a volunteer you will build relationships both with the children as well as the staff at NLAI. This will give you a better cultural understanding, which can be a great advantage for you no matter where in the world you will work in the future.

    After talking with a leader in NLAI, you will jointly agree on which tasks you can conduct during your stay. It all depends on your education, interests, skills and qualifications. As a long-term volunteer, we expect that you are here to be an active part of NLAI’s work. Therefore we ask our volunteers to work 5 days a week for approximately 7 hours per day (pensioner’s may make special agreements). It is possible to buy lunch at the NLAI centre or you can also bring a packed lunch with you (max. 1 hour lunch break). You have to be flexible when working at NLAI. During your stay in Kenya it is possible to go on a variety of trips to see the beautiful country.


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    Ideas

    We want to hear your brilliant ideas

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    Different tasks

    You will be involved in many different projects and tasks.

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    Fun!

    To be a volunteer is not only hardcore work but also fun!


    “During the summer of 2011, I spent one month as a volunteer at NLAI at the crisis centre and the glass jewellery workshop, Kioo Lulu. I spent the majority of my time helping the women make jewellery, babysit the wonderful kids that were at the crisis centre and making a catalogue that presented the beautiful Kioo Lulu jewellery. The children felt secure around me, the women opened up to me and several of them became my friends.

    When I came home, I was dying to go back and saved up money for another trip in February and March 2012. This time I worked together with the social workers at the school and helped them update class lists and archive pictures, while also spending time with the women at the crisis centre.

    I will never forget my time with NLAI and I will probably always return to Nakuru to the people I met there. I have never before been so well received, have got to know so many amazing people in such a short time or learn so much about the world and life as I did during those months I spent at NLAI! As the expression goes: There are places you leave. And places that never leave you…”

    Rikke N. Iversen, 30 years old, volunteer July 2011 and February + March 2012.

  • become a volunteer

    Become a volunteer in Kenya

    Over the years NLAI had many volunteers both for long and for short periods of time. An extra pair of hands is always a help and NLAI is grateful for the difference they make. As a volunteer at NLAI one must be willing to work, want to help make a difference and be at least 20 years old.


    It is a great privilege when people choose to volunteer their time to help us at NLAI in Nakuru, Kenya. In NLAI we are keen to have volunteers to help out, as we believe that it is rewarding and inspirational for everyone involved


    girls-house

    As a volunteer you will build relationships both with the children as well as the staff at NLAI. This will give you a better cultural understanding, which can be a great advantage for you no matter where in the world you will work in the future.

    After talking with a leader in NLAI, you will jointly agree on which tasks you can conduct during your stay. It all depends on your education, interests, skills and qualifications. As a long-term volunteer, we expect that you are here to be an active part of NLAI’s work. Therefore we ask our volunteers to work 5 days a week for approximately 7 hours per day (pensioner’s may make special agreements). It is possible to buy lunch at the NLAI centre or you can also bring a packed lunch with you (max. 1 hour lunch break). You have to be flexible when working at NLAI. During your stay in Kenya it is possible to go on a variety of trips to see the beautiful country.


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    Ideas

    We want to hear your brilliant ideas

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    Different tasks

    You will be involved in many different projects and tasks.

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    Fun!

    To be a volunteer is not only hardcore work but also fun!


    “During the summer of 2011, I spent one month as a volunteer at NLAI at the crisis centre and the glass jewellery workshop, Kioo Lulu. I spent the majority of my time helping the women make jewellery, babysit the wonderful kids that were at the crisis centre and making a catalogue that presented the beautiful Kioo Lulu jewellery. The children felt secure around me, the women opened up to me and several of them became my friends.

    When I came home, I was dying to go back and saved up money for another trip in February and March 2012. This time I worked together with the social workers at the school and helped them update class lists and archive pictures, while also spending time with the women at the crisis centre.

    I will never forget my time with NLAI and I will probably always return to Nakuru to the people I met there. I have never before been so well received, have got to know so many amazing people in such a short time or learn so much about the world and life as I did during those months I spent at NLAI! As the expression goes: There are places you leave. And places that never leave you…”

    Rikke N. Iversen, 30 years old, volunteer July 2011 and February + March 2012.