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Coaching Kenya

All our programs in Kenya include free weekend sightseeing

you can also join us in the other subsequent four to five (4-5) days

sight seeing which include the safari.  

This information is the same in all our sports centers in Africa but the programs and projects in these centers are not the same. STAESA physical training is designed to include students, coaches, trainers, retired footballers, physiotherapist and one with or without coaching skills.  Participants will be working with local sport teams (running teams, local football teams and volley ball team) in schools, orphanages and the communities.  This program aimed at strengthening physical training programs in schools/orphanages/communities, taking kids from the streets, show casing the talents of kids in the communities, organizing football games to support campaign against drug abuse, child abuse, women abuse,  child trafficking, strengthen and develop programs to bring the orphanages in the communities together in sports activities.

 

OUR AREAS OF FOCUS THIS YEAR IN KENYA

Working with Football team

Working with  Volleyball team

Do you have any other sports you will like to teach the kids, lets us know and we will make it our mission to make it happen.

Are you a sport person? Are you sport professional? A retired or a students, a psychologist or physiotherapist this is the right program for you. Our coaching program is the perfect opportunity to enable you make a valuable contribution to sustainable sports development in Africa.

Project location very safe, Communities very welcoming and the people are very lovely to work with. STAESA project is run in both rural and urban areas in Kenya.  Weekends are always free for the volunteers to travel for sightseeing.  There are lot of benefits awaits you for joining us.  Contact us for these benefits.

Please note: you will first been taking through an observation period – kind of showing you how to go about the program  for a day or two before you will be allowed to handle the program on your own. We assure you the program is very safe, very educative and full of fun! You will not like to go back home after the program. You are never alone on the program. From start to finish we are 24/7 with you.

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The orphanages and street kids are sidelined when it comes to sports programs. We made it our mission to bring these kids in the orphanages into limelight.  The program will also be used as a hub of sports men and women where the national sports council can tap for qualify sports men and women. STAESA the initiators of this project have become aware of an increase in circumstances of abuse, trafficking and neglect involving children in the communities and their surrounding villages. STAESA felt the need to use this program to provide a service to such kids, which would help decrease or alleviate these social vices as well as strain on the victims and their families.

Other Information and locations!

As a volunteer, get ready to give back to the communities and gain more experience while immersing yourself in the unique culture of the people of Kenya. This is an amazing busy program. You will be  working full time along aside with well experienced program manager. Depending on your skills and your areas of interest, you will be placed with local athletes, football team, volleyball team or basketball team. These teams are poor in terms of resources such as training kits, football, jerseys and coaches. There are great great need here ( If possible, you can bring along with you new or old jerseys, balls or any other kits and equipment).

The location of our programs are well picked where you will be placed and work directly with local folks under the supervision of well experienced manager in charge of the programs/projects.  

You can also choose any of these programs to work with during your free days or hours. Helping in the orphanage, Helping on the farm,  Helping in painting works in the hospital,  Helping in the schools and helping at the pre-schools. This is really a life changing experience. Speak to us. We are ready to help you and to make it happen. This is the program you can really give back to the community.

The program provides an opportunity for you to immerse yourself into the very unique culture of Kenya.

LOCATIONS:

Arusha -  Near volcanic Mt. Meru, safari destinations and to Africa's highest peak, 5,895m Mt. Kilimanjaro

Dar Es Salaam - Near Indian Ocean coast and the National Museum, which offers Tanzanian history exhibits, including the fossils of human ancestors found by anthropologist Louis Leakey.

Working hours and reponsibilities!

Generally volunteers work from 08:00.-12:00 a.m. and 13:00-16:00 p.m.  However, your exact working hours are adjusted according to the activities at your work place. You´re permitted to take a day off once in a while. Week-ends are completely free time for all our volunteers to travel round the country. 

Responsibilities:

Your schedules include the following below and many more that will be discussed with you upon arrival.

-To coach and provide PT program to the orphanages, school and the communities

-Development of team strategies; analyze performance (physical therapy) of  football team, volley ball team and basket ball team  in the community/school/orphanages and adjust strategies as needed.

-Coordinate team travel arrangements.

-Scouting and recruiting more players into the final school, orphanage and community football team.

-Coordinate coach's clinic

- If necessary supervise dress code for staff and team member.

 

The program allows volunteers to combine working at the schools, orphanage, youth/women center with sport course. Assists in the center, school and orphanage in the morning and run a spot course in the afternoon.

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Other Information and locations!

PROJECT

When does the project run?       

All year round

How long are the placements?   

2wks minimum and 1y maximum    

Any requirements?                     

No previous experience

Working hours?                           

Monday to Friday 8 am to 4:pm

AIRPORT

Name of the airport?                   

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport

ACCOMMODATION

Types of accommodations?       

Host family, Independent, on site

Accommodation Location?       

Very close to the projects

Accommodation facilities?

water/light/bed/toilet/bathroom, kitchen,  

How to get to Work                     

By public transport

Cost of transportation(return)     

Less than one dollar

Laundry?                                     

Self laundry by hands

FOOD

Is Food provided?                       

Yes! food is provided

How many meals per day?         

Three meals (Lunch mostly at work)

VISA

Visa required?                             

Yes! Visa is required! However, visa is not required to  holders of certain passport. contact us for details. 

Cost of visa?                                Volunteers can call the embassy

Types of visa?                             

Tourist visa (Multiple visa)

COMMUNICATION

Local sim card?                           

Local sim card is provided

Internet:                                       

Internet modem provided and return after the program. 

VACCINATIONS

Vaccinations or medications?     

Yellow Fever (Compulsory) Typhoid, Hepatitis A, Diphtheria are not necessary though. We recommend that you contact a travel clinic near you at least 3 months before you plan to travel.

Safety in Kenya

No worries!! Obviously there are certain places that are unsafe especially in the cities which is why its always important for us and host family  to know exactly where you are going and where not to go. Also find out from us  how much you need to pay if you plan to use public means since they sometimes try to rip off foreigners. Avoid going downtown alone(Kenya downtown is the lower and very crowded side of Nairobi) try to go there with a local since its a great place to get some good bargains.

But to be honest, the most annoying issue will be all the unwanted attention that you will receive as a single young, white female or male traveler. A lot of this attention will be preferential, with people being extra kind or extra helpful. But you will also receive countless marriage proposals daily. Never be rude and just accept it as the playful offer that it is intended to be. If you are not married, you can avoid a lot of this by telling unwanted suitors about your " husband" and the "three children" you have with him.

Working hours and reponsibilities!

PLEASE NOTE

In general people are extremely friendly in Kenya and you will be humbled by their hospitality. But, there is real poverty in Kenya and you will soon realize that you are far richer and more fortunate than most local people you meet. You will probably attract your fair share of souvenir hawkers and beggars, but try and take the time to meet ordinary people going about their day to day business too. The experience will be worth it. Don't be afraid to step out of your house, just take some precautions.

Weather in Kenya

Nairobi has a cool climate that gets colder approaching Mount Kenya, which has three permanently snow-capped peaks. Further inland there is a warm and humid climate around Lake Victoria, and temperate forested and hilly areas in the western region. The northeastern regions along the border with Somalia and Ethiopia are arid and semi-arid areas with near- desert landscapes. There are two rainy seasons in Kenya. A short rainy season in November and a longer one that usually lasts from the end of March in to May. It doesn't necessarily get cold, but the roads can become impassable.

When to go 

You can join us anytime in the year! Anytime in the month! Anytime in the week

Kind of clothes you should  pack for your trip to Kenya

Jeans and Trousers:  blue jeans, cotton trousers, khaki trousers, Light Shirts and Blouses:  T-Shirts, short sleeve shirts and  long sleeved shirts  to protect you from insects and even sunburn. Shorts also for your free days.  Socks and underwear:  Once again it is best that they are made from natural fabrics since again it is the heat and this way you have less of a chance for heat rash. Shoes:  Good leather shoes, sandals, and a lightweight pair of Hiking boots if you will doing some hiking.

Kind of luggage you should take

It all begins with the right suitcases or suitcase.  It also depends where you coming from.  If you are coming from North America you get to bring 2 suitcases and 50 pounds each, from Europe it is almost half that.  It means one has to be practical and take in mind what your plans are once you arrive in Africa, where you will be going and what you will be doing while here.

Keep all essentials like the pill, malaria pills, essential medicine, debit and credit cards, camera and your toothbrush in your hand luggage.  Also put one set of clothing if the unthinkable happens that your luggage is temporarily lost.   Money Belt: One that will allow you to carry your passport also. Do not wear your money on the outside of your clothing.

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