Karibu Kenya – An International Volunteer Experience

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Dec 10
The question I received the most since I arrived in Thika is “Karibu Kenya, how do you like Kenya?” These are the most genuinely caring and hospitable people. Everyone at AfCiC has made a special effort to welcome and include me as well as care for me. Assimilating into local

Giving Voice to the Voiceless

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Oct 09
Children are vulnerable by virtue of their age which makes them dependent on adults for basic needs. For the African child this vulnerability is aggravated by numerous challenges, ranging from wars, harmful cultural practices, defilement, effects of HIV/AIDS and poverty. As a result many African children find themselves living abusive

Inspired to run across the country

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Jun 12
British film director has made the documentary, “Across Kenya” about his journey in a new land that will support street children’s projects. When british film director Chri Rhys Howarth first came to kenya in 2008, he came to work. But when he landed, he instantly fell in love with Kenya

Empowering Children, Communities and Families through Education

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May 31
Following a recent attack on the Somali-Kenyan border where five people were shot dead including two policeman and a teacher, the Garissa Branch Chairman of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT), Ibrahim Atosh, said this week that it was concerned about the safety of its members in areas of

Join team AfCiC as we cycle from London to Paris on September 5th – 9th!

Cycle London to Paris

You are invited to join team AfCiC as we cycle from London to Paris on September 5th – 9th Where will you be on September 7th?  How about on one of the best cycling routes in Europe? We want to put together a group of adventurous volunteers to undertake this