Volunteer


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    General Volunteer

    Over the years NLAI has had many volunteers both for long and short periods of time. An extra pair of hands is always helpful and NLAI is grateful for the difference they make. As a volunteer at NLAI one must be willing to work, want to assist in making a difference and be at least 20 years old. Maybe you have finished high school or university and want a year off before moving on. Or maybe you are a family who wants an experience together. Basically everyone is welcome, though you need to apply.


    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 (Susanne, Director NLAI)


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    As a volunteer you will build relationships with both the children and the staff at NLAI. This will give you a better cultural understanding, which will be a great advantage for you no matter where in the world you will stay 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. You can find our manual attached below, which contains information about being a volunteer. Please read carefully before you consider applying. Feel free to ask if you have any questions.

    During your stay in Kenya it is possible to go on a variety of trips to see the beautiful country. We will plan that together with you.


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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!


    Apply as a volunteer now. Looking forward to see you…


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    Professional Volunteer

    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 (Susanne, Director NLAI)


    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!


    Apply as a volunteer now. Looking forward to see you…


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    Internship

    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!



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    Help requests

    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!