Service Project, Kenya
Date: February 2020
Aiglon Service Projects offer our students incredible opportunities worldwide to engage in local community projects, addressing real world issues and inspiring them to become agents of positive change. Not only do our students absorb the reality of life in an unfamiliar environment, but they also learn more about themselves on a daily basis. This exciting service project offers our students the chance to engage in both educational and environmental service activities in the Lake Naivasha region.
As well as visiting both Starehe Boys and Girls schools, the Kenya Service Project offers a number of interesting opportunities to our students, including two days of team-teaching in local primary schools, discussion groups focusing on cultural understanding and global issues, a hike into the Mt Logonot National Park and to join the Park Clean-Up, and a guided tour of 'Oserian Flower Farms', one of the world's largest exporters of fresh flowers.
Finally, no trip to Kenya would be complete without the chance to go on a Game Reserve Safari!
This trip is led by Ms. Maria Fons and is open to all students in Year 9 to Year 13, leaving Aiglon on 6th February and returning on 17th February.