Skilled professionals are always needed at our projects.

If you are skilled/qualified in:

  • Construction
  • Medicine
  • Teaching
  • IT
  • Management
  • Agriculture

Then we’re pleased to extend this opportunity to you. Not sure if you qualify? Contact us now.

Your volunteering opportunity will give you an incredible insight into the factors that influence the spread of HIV/AIDS in Africa, and the role The Nasio Trust plays in giving communities the opportunity to change their lives.

Whether you decide to get involved with one of our many projects, or help out at the Noah’s Ark or St. Irene’s Day care centres, the time and energy you invest will make an incredible difference to the lives of people in desperate need.

So many of our past and present volunteers have found the experience intensely rewarding on a personal level. Seeing the everyday impact of poverty on the people we work with, puts many first world problems into perspective.

£73 a day to cover all Food, activities & accommodation All internal transport, airport transfers and travel
Pre-travel support from the UK team Location support from our Kenya team
Private security throughout your stay 24-hour emergency back-up from our local staff
PLEASE NOTE As well as your trip costs, all participants are required to raise a minimum of £500 to cover project costs. This amount funds the support & staff costs, other community projects and the work which you will be doing (house construction for a family in need for example).
£500 Fundraising for The Nasio Trust (*Non-refundable in the event of a cancellation) International and domestic air-fares & Travel Visa
Vaccinations & Anti-Malarials Extra Drinks, Tips & Souvenirs
Personal Medical & Travel Insurance
COSTS We ask for a £150 deposit when you book and the full remaining balance must be paid 4 weeks prior to your travel date. Your remaining balance can be paid online with our secure booking system at any time.

You can extend your trip (after the first 14 days) for just £150 per week. Contact us for info.


Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 2 reviews
December 3, 2018

The exposure to real engineering problems was incredibly valuable and working towards improving the quality of life in an area in the developing world was extremely worthwhile. I have not yet decided what engineering discipline I would like to go into but this has reaffirmed my interest in engineering that can be used to solve global problems.

May 30, 2017

For me the only bad part is leaving! It breaks my heart every time! You always leave a piece – or a large chunk – of your heart in Kenya.

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