A CHILD A TREE INITIATIVE | KVCDP
When you volunteer in Kenya, you are giving something back to the Kenyan Communities by lending a helping hand to people and the Organization
Despite Government and other relevant NGO's intervention, the rate of HIV infection in Kenya is still
This is an excellent opportunity for volunteers to work at special clinics for HIV/AIDS patients. The volunteers directly work with local community based organizations providing support, counseling and testing services.
As volunteer you are provided with an opportunity to participate in various fields including: Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT), Behaviour Change Communication (BCC), Home Based Care (HBC), HIV Testing and Counselling (HTC) and Provider Initiated Testing and Counselling (PITC) services
-To educate, care and support the affected and infected people. -To conduct campaigns on awareness creation for the youth on the preventive measures of HIV/AIDS. -To expand the volunteers knowledge on the socio-economic impacts associated with HIV/AIDS to enhance global action and awareness.
-To help people living with HIV/ADIS improve their living standards by initiating a more sustainable Income Generating Activities.
-To enhance networking between volunteers and the beneficiary communities on HIV/AIDS issues. -To offer volunteers deeper understanding and experience of other cultures and economies.
Who can volunteer in HIV/AIDS Program?
This program is open to anyone who wants to share their love, time and compassion with the HIV/AIDS patients. The program requires knowledge on Counselling, testing, social work, community health, Income generating activity ideas, food and nutrition.
-You will be proud of yourself for positively affecting someone's life in your own means to change.
-You will discover more about yourself and what you are capable of doing on your own which will definitely help you in making many vital decisions like your future career etc.
-You will experience a true and pure culture of a different kind in different communities.
-You will enhance your knowledge in life, society, learn more about HIV/AIDS disease and its effects on people.
-Opportunity to make friends with people from different background.
-An opportunity to acquire more data on HIV/AIDS for effective interventions.
-Volunteers will be awarded a certificate of participation at the end of their placement.
Program Duration and Dates
HIV/AIDS Program is open to volunteers all year round. Volunteers can spend a minimum of two weeks to one year on the program.