Our values

Promoting peace, diversity and intercultural exchange

We promote these values in common with the International Voluntary Service network, and we consider that there is no development without peace and no peace without development.

Empowering the youth through impactful projects

At KVSO, we encourage every single initiative that can contribute to a global change. Our volunteers acquire new skills and knowledge through a fulfilling experience that will influence their own empowerment.

Implementing development projects with the local community

We believe in the responsability of the local community in its own developement and the projects implemented are always linked to the needs of the people on site.

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Our actions

Sending & receiving volunters

Our team is willing to welcome you and to help you to build your volunteering project. Sending & receiving volunteers is our passion and we always do our best for you to have the most enriching experience.

Community Empowerment

Above all, KVSO is a Community Based Organisation that aims to empower the local community by giving the chance to take the responsability in the change.

Promoting volunteering

KVSO is engaged for the promotion of volunteering in Kenya by participating in many projects and events around the world. Follow us on social medias and on our blog to learn more about our actions.

When volunteers talk about us

‘This mid-term project was a challenge for me as I didn’t know so much about this country but the people here welcomed me like if I was part of the family. Volunteer is an empowering experience and being here in Kenya was, for me, the best country to do it. People are welcoming, kind and generous and they will give you the opportunity to leave an unforgettable moment.’

Alice (France)

‘This workcamp was my first experience as a volunteer and it was so successfull that I’m thinking to volunteer again soon. Despite the cultural differences that you have to face at the beginning, these few weeks in Kenya were an experience that I will never forget. I encourage all of my friends to participate in such fulfilling and exciting project, and I would like to thank you KVSO for their wonderful work.’

Ludwig (Germany)

‘This experience was one of the best of my life. I’ve learned many things and discovered the amazing culture of Kenya. During my long-term project (10months), I participated in many activities and had the chance to help for the implementation of new projects. I will never forget my experience in Kenya and I’m already planning to come back to Kenya to engage myself in new programs.’

Roberta (Italy)

Successfull World Heritage Volunteers camp

The World Heritage Volunteers camp in Tsavo National Parks & Chyulu Hills Complex came to its end after 14 days rich of activities, meetings and discoveries. This 2018 edition was a real success, with the participation of many partners like Kenya Wildlife Service and volunteers from all around the world. This project aimed to raise awareness on the diversity of the kenyan heritage and encouraging volunteers to preserve and promote our culture. Learn more about the project HERE!  

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World Heritage Volunteers Tsavo Camp

The World Heritage Volunteers Camp in Tsavo National Parks & Isukuti Dance has just started with the arrival of our volunteers from France & Spain on the 14th of July. This WHV camp will take place in Tsavo National Parks for 10 days with the cooperation of many partners, aiming to raise awareness of the environmental challenges of the parks. After learning about these issues, volunteers will endorse this role of ambassador and will meet school students, local organizations and…

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KVSO celebrating Bastille Day at the French Embassy

KVSO team and volunteers had the honour to be invited to celebrate the B-Day at the embassy of France in Nairobi on the 14th of July. We had the pleasure to meet many representatives from the french community and it was a great honor to strenghten the relations that were already very strong between our organization and the french embassy. We are grateful for this invitation and would like to sincerely thank the French embassy for this great opportunity of…

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Zero Hunger walk

The first edition of the Zero Hunger walk took place in Nairobi on the 14th of July with the challenge to raise awareness on the second Sustainable Development Goals identified by the UN: Zero Hunger. It aims to end all forms of hunger and malnutrition by 2030 and many organizations in Kenya and around the world implement actions to reach this goal by this deadline. It is through continuous efforts that we will achieve food security in our country and…

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Cerebral Palsy Society of Kenya Walk 2018

KVSO Team offered its support during the Walk organised by the Cerebral Palsy Society of Kenya. Our volunteer Hubert joined the project for the first time and experienced the unique solidarity from the Kenyan community during this important day for all. Thank you all for your participation during this walk and congratulations again to our partner the Cerebral Palsy Society of Kenya for their great work.   Thank you all for your participation to this event!

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WHV preparation with Makueni county authorities

KVSO was meeting the Makueni county, preparing the WHV camp in Tsavo National Park. The purpose of this meeting was to plan the organization of the camp with the welcome of 20 volunteers from all around the world during 10 days to learn and work for the protection and the promotion of our heritage, Meeting the representatives of Makueni County was a great opportunity to foresee the program of the camp and to plan the main activities that the volunteers…

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Cerebral Palsy Charity Walk 2018

The 2018 Cerebral Palsy Charity walk will take plae on the 23rd of June 2018. CPSK has been a leader in the campaign to create awareness and advocate for the rights of persons afflicted by Cerebral Palsy (CP) in Kenya. This year’s theme is ‘Every Child Counts’. This event has been the principal conduit through which the society creates awareness about the Cerebral Palsy (CP) condition in children and also to raise the much needed funds to finance the rehabilitation…

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Preparation of the WHV camp in Tsavo

KVSO representatives were meeting Mary Kirabui at the Kenya Wildlife Service, discussing the program of our WHV camp in Tsavo, coming next July. This WHV camp aims to promote and to raise awareness about the importance of protecting our heritage and our World Heritage sites. 20 volunteers from all over the world will join this camp for 10 days from 14th to 28th of July. During this camp, they will learn about our heritage and our culture, they will work…

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UNESCO WHV Tsavo National Park & Kakamega Forest camps coming this summer

We are glad to announce that KVSO has been accepted to host two World Heritage Volunteers camps for the summer 2018. The two camps will be: – WHV Kakamega Rainforest and Isukuti Dance – Natural and Cultural Heritage Programme from 04.08.2018 to 18.O8.2018 – UNESCO WHV Tsavo National Park & Chyulu Hills Programme from 14.07.2018 to 28.07.2018 For more information about the projects, please download our projects description:               WANT TO JOIN? Contact us…

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Kenia Voluntary Service Organization is a Community Based Organization that aims to promote peace, diversity and sustainable development through volunteering and community projects.


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  • +254 72 08 03 531
  • Post office box 35232 – 00100 Norwich Union 6th Floor Mama Ngina Street
  • Nairobi – KENYA