What we do

  • Janet Kisio and Henry Kiggundu
    Managing natural resources

    Animals and natural resources is just one area that VSO volunteers can get involved with. Pictured here are Janet Kisio and Henry Kiggundu.

  • William Kigwanye with Milcah and students of Kathivo Youth Polytechnic
    Getting technical

    Engineering and technical opportunities are available for VSO national and international volunteers. Here William Kigwanye and Milcah are working with students of Kathivo Youth Polytechnic.

  • Teaching and education
    Education for all

    Education and teaching opportunities are available for VSO national and international volunteers. We work with children and young people through our diverse programmes in Kenya, including health, disability, gender and climate change.

What we do

VSO’s work revolves around three development areas, linked to the priorities of our partners, international development targets and our areas of expertise. These are secure livelihoods, inclusive education and responsible citizenship. We’re committed to gender equality in all our work so that men and women have equal opportunities to realise their potential.

Top