Travel for Empowerment
In the Summer, we all think of breaking away from the everyday engagements of our professional work or studies. We desire engaging in relaxing activities and spending time with a people who energize and encourage us to be better. That is why; we choose travelling amongst other things to do. Well, here is an opportunity to consider for your break away this summer and Travel for Empowerment .
This summer Project Africa has organized a work camp for women who want to travel to Kenya for cultural exchange, safari and above all to share skills and experiences with women in rural Kenya. We have learnt from our Rafiki Club that the power of friendship lights up a fire in us as women. The fire to pursue our dreams and aspirations when we collectively share experiences and be each other’s source of encouragement.
It is for this reason that we welcome women from all over the world to consider travelling for the purpose of empowerment. You too can be part of this empowering journey by participating in PROJECT AFRICA SUMMER WORK CAMP
What is PROJECT AFRICA?
PROJECT AFRICA is a non-profit organization established with am aim to empower women and girls with education, health, ICT, enterprise development and leadership skills. PROJECT AFRICA is presently working in Kenya with three active stations namely Nairobi Region, Kakamega and Lungalunga.
What does PROJECT AFRICA do?
PROJECT AFRICA runs projects and programs that aim to empower women and girls with skills and resources for self help. We offer adult literacy education, business education and technical support for women entrepreneurs in the start up. Care and support children of women in Prison, provide health literacy and services to women and children especially those living in the slums amongst other activities.
What is a PROJECT AFRICA Summer Work-camp?
Summer Work camps are voluntary services lasting between 4 weeks during the summer season. There are usually 10-20 volunteers taking part in one camp. Typically volunteers in one camp come from different countries and are posted to work with women and girls in our Project stations . Volunteers are expected to work around 40 hours a week. The work undertaken at camps include participating in a
1. Education camp,
2. Health camp,
3. ICT camp or
4. Business camp.
Each week, participants are engaged in activities relevant to the theme of the week e.g during the education camp participants help in teaching English in our adult literacy class or helping girls with their home work. Weekends and Free time can be spent relaxing activities and excursions. Accommodation in PROJECT AFRICA camps is usually in our mission houses. The language spoken in camps is usually English. Food and accommodation, materials and transport are provided at USD 2500 (Including a three days safari to the Game reserve where you will see the beauty of Kenya’s wildlife. You will only need money to cover travel costs, your visa application fee and some pocket money.
How can you participate in a PROJECT AFRICA work-camp?
If you want to take part in 2011 work camp you can apply directly to PROJECT AFRICA by sending email to email@example.com. Camp starts 20th June to 20th July 2011
Registration ends 20th May 2011
Registration fees USD 2500