Kenya 2009- Nairobi


Again in Nairobi I was  in Mathare slum, Kayole- Soweto (Imani’s Children Center) and other places that I prefer not to explain here because I don’t have so much time.

Finally I took the decision to volunteer in Hamomi Children’s Centre ( they do a very good job in education with children in Kangemi slum and here your have a  video of music class.

I was helping Esther W. in Kibera (you can watch the small documentary)

And also in AMURT  also in Kangemi slum.

All the three NGOs are working in improving the acces and de quality of education in diferents slums but not only that, a social inclusion, medical assistance…


Kenya 2009 – Kisumu

We were in Kisumu, the third largest city in Kenya after Nairobi and Mombasa. It’s in the greater Lake Victoria basin. And we were visiting Covenant Home. I had a very good impression of them but It’s far from Nairobi so I think I can´t volonteer there.

covent covent2 kisumu

Lake Victoria is amazing

Kenya 2009

On 2009 I had the opportunity, thanks to a very good friend, to live in Kenya some months., traveling and living an awesome experience.


The Republic of Kenya, is one of the states in the African Great Lakes region of East Africa. Its capital and largest city is Nairobi. Kenya is situated right along the equator, on the eastern coast of the African continent. Its coastal region is on the southeast, and to the east lies Somalia. Ethiopia is to the north, the Sudan to the northwest, and Uganda directly to the west. The southwestern border of the country is marked by Lake Victoria, and southward lies Tanzania. Kenya covers 581,309 km2 (224,445 sq mi) and has a population of about 44 million in July 2012, 2 less than Spain (46 million). The country is named after Mount Kenya, the second highest mountain in Africa after the Kilimanjaro.


Before I travelled a little in Brazil, Argentine and India but this was my first time living in Africa.

Nairobi is a very big, contrast full, and beautiful city. There are about 3,138,295 inhabitants.