Une mission bénévole
Une mission bénévole posté par AHADI Volunteer
Publié le : 27 déc. 2012
Many poor children and orphans are likely to drop from school in Kenya especially in Rift Valley province due to several reasons which include; geographical remoteness, cultural practices like early marriages and female genital mutilation (FGM), poverty, HIV/AIDS, inadequate facilities, high cost of education post primary, high school dropout rate, poor management and supervisory and under staffing due to free primary education and lack of skilled teachers. The most affected are girl child and orphans.
We have opportunities for volunteer teachers to assist with teaching at Kimori primary schools. The subjects to be taught include English, Swahili, mathematics, science, social studies, art and craft, games. We also have opportunities at early childhood development through nursery schools for those interested offering services for young children. Basic teaching skills for this volunteer opportunity are an added advantage but not a requirement. College students, recent University graduates, professional teachers and lecturers on vacation, retired teachers can apply. All the teaching positions are in Rift valley province which has spectacular tourist attraction sites. The volunteer may have opportunity to teach indigenous populations like the Ogiek, Maasai.
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