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PS:  We're just getting started...

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  • Metrics listed in the "Now" column are cumulative since the date of founding.

  • Website Visitors: Counts per year in May 2008 were extrapolated from data recorded at that time about average hits per day.

  • Facebook: Friend totals include redundancies and were calculated as the aggregate of Facebook Fans, Facebook Cause members, and Facebook Friends of Epic Change founder Stacey Monk.

  • Twitter: Follower count includes redundancies and was calculated as the aggregate follower count of @EpicChange, @TweetsGiving and the personal accounts of staff members @StaceyMonk, @sanjspatel and @meshugavi.

  • Blogs: This captures only the total number of blog posts recorded using Radian6 during TweetsGiving as tracking inbound blog links is cumbersome and inaccurate.

  • YouTube Videos:  View count includes views of our Gratitude video, which does not appear in the Epic Change account, but instead in the personal account of Epic Change founder Stacey Monk.

  • Audits and Forms 990 are available for download at http://epicchange.org/about_us_financials.php. 2009 Reporting will be available in mid-2010, as required by IRS guidelines.

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  • http://inconstruction Nicholas Ng’ang’a

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    Education Supplements International is a non-governmental organization(NGO) based in Nakuru,Kenya.

    We are seeking volunteers from North America & South America,Europe,Asia,Australia and New Zealand and Africa willing to come and offer voluntary service in Kenya in the fields of education(teachers,counselors etc),medical help,poverty reduction projects,women empowerment,water resources development,HIV/AIDS programmes,environmental conservation projects among others.

    Full information of involvement is available on request.

    Looking forward to working with you.

    Kindest regards,

    Nicholas Ng’ang’a
    Executive Director
    Education Supplements International
    P.O Box 3305,
    Nakuru,
    Kenya.
    Email:edsupintl@yahoo.com
    Cell Phone:020 3528347

  • http://rayofhopejulian.weebly.com Julian Kennedy

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  • http://tanzania.rise-africa.org Norbert

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  • Mwalimu Manyanda

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  • Nicholas Ng’ang’a

    OPPORTUNITIES FOR VOLUNTEER WORK IN
    KENYA

    INTRODUCTION:
    Our
    Voluntary Service in Kenya Programme is run by Education Supplements
    International which is a registered non-governmental (NGO) based in
    Nakuru,
    Kenya. It
    comprises both short and long-term volunteering.

    This is a
    volunteer  programme that aims to give opportunities to people who
    love and desire to live, work and contribute away from their home country
    environment, contribute to the progress of humanity and participate in
    inter-cultural richness among people of various age, gender, race,
    academic and economic levels.

    Many
    volunteers have also played a significant role in poverty reduction and
    relief projects.

    OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE:

    1. Teachers

     Short and long-term teaching in
    baby-class,nursery,primary and secondary school levels.These schools are
    located in Dundori Division of Nakuru North District.There are
    seventeen (17) schools where we attach our volunteers (Details of these
    schools are available on request).

    2.Medical Personnel and Interns

    Opportunities available at Dundori Health Centre at
    Dundori Centre and the Provincial General Hospital in Nakuru
    town.

    3.Engineers

    They
    volunteer their technical knowledge in public and community
    utilities/facilities and projects like schools, womens groups, water
    projects, the construction of the Nakuru-Dundori road, village paths among
    others.

    4.Hand-work

    Womens
    groups are involved in the making of African baskets, necklaces, bangles,
    clothing artwork for sale to generate income and improve their economic
    well-being of the rural women and youth.

    5.Children’s Counsellors

    Our
    organization runs the Dundori Orphans Project in Githioro Centre where a
    child-feeding programme is going on. Children’s counsellors have an
    opportunity to talk, comfort and guide orphans who are under the care of
    aged grandparents without much economic and academic means to assist these
    children.

    Please
    visit website http://www.dundoriorphans.com for details of these project.

    6.HIV/AIDS Social Workers

    They work
    among men and women who are HIV/AIDS positive in this region with a high
    prevalence of HIV/AIDS.

    7.Disability Helpers

    There are
    several registered disability groups in Dundori region who welcome the
    presence of disability social workers for encouragement and involvement in
    their economic projects.

    8.Community Project Consultants

    Men, women
    and the youth in the villages of Menengai Hill, Wanyororo, Tabuga,
    Gakoe, Cura, Githioro, Umoja, Nyonjoro and Kiamunyeki are involved in
    community projects to enhance their social-economic status and reduce
    poverty. Community project consultants have a big opportunity to offer
    their knowledge and technical expertise in this sector.

    9.Conservationists

    The
    conservation and revival of Dundori Forest is a very active endeavour in
    Dundori Division. Tree planting by organized community groups present an
    opportunity for conservationists eager to preserve our
    earth.

    10.Sports Coaches and Teachers

    The youth
    have a very organized sports development and competition programme in both
    Dundori Division and Nakuru Town in soccer, athletes, basketball, netball,
    swimming, etc. Sports coaches have the opportunity to give their sporting
    talents to these young people who would otherwise be involved in
    anti-social activities like alcoholism, drug-addiction and
    crime.

    11.Relief and Development

    Distribution of food, clothing, mosquito nets and
    medicines in Dundori Division, slums and streets of Nakuru town and other
    needy areas, like in refugee camps in the arid areas of the  North
    (like Turkana and Samburu Districts) and North-Eastern
    Kenya(like Dadaab Refugee Camp which is currently the largest refugee camp
    in the world), orphanages and Kibera slum (which is Africa’s largest urban
    slum) is an ever-present opportunity to individuals and
    groups.

    We also
    organize medical clinics by medical personnel from overseas in these
    areas.

    COMMUNICATION AND TRANSPORT

    Transport
    to Nakuru town (which is the fourth largest town in Kenya and rated to be
    the fastest growing urban area in East and Central Africa) is easily
    available through public transport (called Matatu in Kenya, which are
    mainly Nissan/Toyota fourteen-seater vans) and is at most a thirty-minute
    drive from Dundori (15 kms. away).

    Phones and
    Cyber/Internet facilities are available only a kilometre from the place of
    accommodation.

    Visitors
    take a taxi from Jomo Kenyatta
    Airport
    in Nairobi
    and stay in a hotel or guest house for overnight, rest before taking a
    matatu at the Mololine Station at Cross Road in Nairobi for a journey to
    Nakuru which is 156 km (two-hour drive) from Nairobi.

    ACCOMMODATION

    We offer a
    host-family accommodation at “CAMP DAVID” Guest House where clean
    water, electricity, food and bed-rooms are available in a secure rural
    setting in Dundori.

    The
    volunteer contributes US$250.00 per month (4 weeks) per person for food,
    water, electricity and general accommodation.

    SOCIAL INTER-ACTION

    We
    encourage our visiting volunteers to be eager to learn simple Kiswahili
    (which is the national language in Kenya and spoken throughout East
    African countries) words for greetings and social meetings like
    Jambo!(Hi), Habari Yako? (how are you?), wewe unaitwa nani? (what is your
    name?), unatoka wapi? (where do you come from?), etc.

    VISA

    Visas are
    required to visit Kenya by nationals of most countries in the world. We
    assist in the processing of a visa by writing a letter of invitation to
    the Kenyan Embassy or High Commission in the country where the volunteer
    comes from.

    To all our
    future volunteers and partners,we say:

     
                       
                       
    KARIBU KENYA!

     
                       
                       
    (WELCOME TO KENYA!)

    Looking
    forward to working with you.

    Kindest
    regards,

    Nicholas Ng’ang’a

    Executive Director

    Education Supplements
    International

    P.O. Box 3305

    Nakuru

    KENYA

    Email:
    edsupintl@yahoo.com

    Phone: 020
    362 8347

     
            0703 905 770

     
            0739 879 260

    Skype:
    educationsupplements

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    45 Days tour and volunteering in Ghana

    Day 1 Accra, Ghana

    Arrive Accra, meet assist and transfer to a home stay. This evening there is orientation which includes a discussion on Ghanaian history and culture. Afterward, there is a welcome dinner with entertainment.

    Day 2 Accra/Shai Hills and back to Accra

    Begin the city tour of Accra and vicinity. You will drive through the administrative and economic districts of Accra, the capital of Ghana. This 128-year-old city has a blend of colonial and modern architecture that summarizes her history. We will continue the tour by visiting a school for street kids at Dansoman beach and donate pencils to the kids there and also play sports with them or teach them a song in your language. We will continue the tour to outside the city to the Shai Hills Resource, it has beautiful hills, savannah plains and interesting wildlife, you’ll find it hard to believe that this 51-square-kilometre natural gem is less than an hour from Accra. Consisting of broad savanna surrounding forested hills that reach up to 200 meters above the plains, this protected area is home to 31 species of mammals, 175 species of birds and hundreds of butterfly species. Among the mammals are western kob, grey duiker, bushbuck, serval, olive baboon, green monkey and lesser spot-nosed monkey.

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    Travel from Accra through the Volta Region to the village of Tafi Atome where you will visit the Tafi Monkey Sanctuary (a sacred grove). Tafi Atome is the home of Mona and Patas monkeys. These monkeys are found in a remnant patch of forests, which has survived fire and human disturbance to thrive as a sanctuary for these monkeys, which are regarded as sacred by the villagers and are protected from human disturbance. You will have the rare and exciting experience of witnessing these endangered animals in large numbers living in close proximity to humans. After this we check in at a budget hotel at Hohoe.

    Day 11 Hohoe to Accra

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    Day 12 Kumasi

    We will drive 4 hours to Kumasi and arrive there this afternoon, visit Manhyia Palace and Museum, to obtain firsthand information on the legacies of the Ashanti kingdom. A regal history that dates back to 1700 is told with relics and artifacts. Enjoy a drive through the city with monuments dedicated to the memory of the great Ashanti people. In the evening we will check in at the KITA hostel in Kumasi

    Day 13 Kumasi

    We will visit the National Cultural Center, which features the Prempeh II Jubilee Museum and various studios of the brass makers, potters and batik makers.  In the afternoon, visit the three famous craft villages in Ashanti – Ahwiaa, the wood carvers’ village, Ntonso, the home of Adinkra and Bonwire, the Kente weaving village.  You will have the opportunity to see how African sculptures are carved, how Adinkra wax prints are made and how the famous Kente cloth is woven using an amazing local technology.

    Day 14 Kumasi

    Drive to Owabi Wildlife Sanctuary, A bird Sanctuary located near Kumasi. It protects the catchment area of one of the dams use for water supply to the Kumasi metropolis. Until the construction of the Barekese Dam in 1971, Owabi was the only source of water to Kumasi. Owabi Wildlife Sanctuary is the smallest of 4 Wildlife Protected areas in Ghana. It is 13km² in size, and lies approximately 23km northwest of Kumasi. It has an inner Sanctuary of about 7km, which surrounds a lake, formed by the damming of the Owabi River in 1928.  A plantation of an exotic species, Cassia siamea, covers about 10% of the area. The rest consist of secondary vegetation and small areas of riverine forest and aquatic vegetation.One hundred and ninety nine species of vascular plants been identified. These include 91 tree, 19 shrub, 40 herb, 14 grass, 1 parasite, 6 ferns, and 29 climber species.The avifauna is relatively rich with indigenous birds and some migrants. 161 birds consisting of 29 families have been recorded, 13 of which are listed in Appendix II of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). The Sanctuary is also the only inland Ramsar Site in Ghana. The scenic appeal of the Sanctuary, the potential for picnicking and bird watching, the chances to observe monkeys in the forest, the potential for boating and recreational fishing give the reserve a distinct touristic value. The Sanctuary again provides an excellent facility for educational tours and ecological studies off-stagging from Kumasi Zoo with its commendable animals collection where informed guided tours are provided by the trained staff. From Kumasi Zoo, one can continue to Owabi to enjoy a guided walk through the Sanctuary, and possibly to Owhim to see the interesting bead industry. When at Owabi the guided tour can include a visit to the waterworks where the station officer will be only too happy to conduct people around the treatment plant, to show them the water treatment process.

    Day 15 Kumasi

    We will drive from the hostel to the Kumasi Fort and Military Museum is one of few military museums in Africa. It is located in the Uaddara Barracks in Kumasi, the capital city of the Ashanti Region of Ghana. The Prempeh Museum, Kumasi Cultural Centre, Kumasi Zoo and Kumasi Central market are all within walking distance of the fort.The Kumasi Fort was built in 1820 by the Asantehene (the King of the Asante Kingdom), Osei Tutu Kwamina, to resemble the coastal forts which were built by European merchants. Kumasi Fort had to be rebuilt in 1897, after it was destroyed by British forces in 1874. The fort was built from granite and brown soil that was brought from Cape Coast to Kumasi by porters.In March 1900, during the Asante Rebellion, the fort was encircled, and 29 Britons were trapped inside for several weeks. The leader of this rebellion was the Queen Mother of Ejisu, Ohemaa Yaa Asantewaa. After a brief period of imprisonment in the fort, she was forced into exile in the Seychelles, where she died.From 1952 to 1953, after the Second World War, the Armed Forces of the British Colonial Government took over the fort and converted it into a museum.Exhibits include: military equipment, artefacts and other objects used in the British-Asante war of 1990 and during the Second World War. The collection includes weapons of war, colours, medals, armoured cars, anti-aircraft guns, photographs and portraits. This serves as a valuable historical institution for tracing the evolution and development of the Gold Coast Regiment of the colonial era, to the present-day Ghana Armed Forces.There is a British Military Cemetery just about 200m northwest of the Kumasi Fort and Military Museum, which contains graves of British casualties of the Yaa Asantewaa War.

    Day 16 Kumasi

    We will drive to the Lake Bosomtwi, a major natural lake in Ghana is about 30km south-east of Kumasi. Bosomtwi has a diameter of 10 kilometers and a depth of about 86m in the centre. It is surrounded by hills of about 400m high which are covered by green vegetation. The lake was formed by meteor and has a perimeter of 30 km.There are over 30 fishing and farming villages dotting around the lake.Bosomtwi’s basin is an ideal location for mountaineering, diving, swimming and relaxation.

    Day 17 Tetrem

    We will drive to Tetrem, a village community 30 kilometers away from Kumasi and use there a our camp. We will be introduced to the chief and elders of the village after which we will visit a local school at the village and donate pencils to the kids at the school, play games with the kids or teach them a song in your country language. In the afternoon we will go on a hiking in a tropical rain forest located at just 300 meters from our home stay.

    Day 18-28 Tetrem

    There will be cooking workshops, after which you will be able to impress your friends and family for years to come with the traditional recipes you will learn. You will learn to make yam fufu, ground nut soup, ripe plantain and beans (red- red), and palava sauce/kontomire stew and ripe plantain, banku and okro soup, plantain fufu and palm nut soup,   Example some of Ghana’s most popular foods. You will learn the twi language and learn to dance the adowa dance and also learn to play traditional drums. You will visit cocoa farms and learn traditional methods of planting cocoa trees, harvesting cocoa pods and drying cocoa beans/seeds. You will learn traditional way of preparing palm wine from the palm tree. You will also take part in sporting activities with the youth and children of the village.

    Day 29 Tetrem to Odupong-Ofaakor

    We will drive from Tetrem to Odupong-Ofaakor, on our way we will stop by at Bobiri Butterfly Sanctuary, located 20km on the Kumasi and Accra highway, it is a quiet research showcasing an arboretum, forest hiking trails and a butterfly sanctuary; lodging, guiding and interpretative materials are available. The Forest is an undisturbed rain forest. In front of the guesthouse is the butterfly sanctuary where different butterfly species could be observed. The butterflies are at their best during mid-day since they do not like moisture. The reserve is ideal for rain forest walk through the carefully laid paths. You would also have the opportunity of identifying different tree species. The forest canopy creates a cool and conducive environment which you will love. We will arrive at Odupong-Ofaakor in the evening and check in at a home stay.Odupong-Ofaakor is a village in the Central Region of Ghana  which is one hour drive from Accra.

    Day 30 Odupong-Ofaakor

    You will be introduced to the staff and kids of an orphanage and a school at Odupong-Ofaakor after which you will have a guided tour in and around the village. You will also have a tour of Kasoa and Nyanyanor beach where you could see fishermen using traditional canoes in fishing. Kasoa is the nearest town to the Odupong-Ofaakor village.

    Day 31-44 Odupong-Ofaakor

    We will plant moringa trees around a school and orphanage at Odupong-Ofaakor to serve as a fencing around the 15 acres property for about 4 hours a day. The project will also be a source of moringa seeds in the future from supply to communities, farms, schools and orphanages for planting around their sites in order to serve as a source of nutritional food for humans and fodder for livestock, preserve the environment, protect watershed,  provide wood fuel for energy efficient stoves, create moringa business opportunities for the local people and also serve as fencing in the communities. The moringa oleifera tree is a very rich source of protein, iron, vitamin A and C, wood for energy efficient stoves and many other important values.

    Our project addresses poverty alleviation by enhancing livelihoods through sustainable use of forests and forest products. Biodiversity conservation by protection and restoration of trees and forests particularly where they form a critical feature of a threatened ecosystem. Environmental justice by empowerment and education of communities with emphasis on the young, vulnerable and marginalized.

    This program will enable participants to have a cross-cultural exposure and responsible tourism by taking part in initiatives that minimize the adverse effects of traditional tourism on the natural environment, and enhancing the cultural integrity of local people. Therefore, in addition to evaluation environmental and cultural factors, the initiatives promote conservation, energy efficiency, and the creation of economic opportunities for local communities.  The intended beneficiaries of the project will participants in it.

    Optionally you can assist in teaching any valuable subject at the community school and orphanage or work in a community clinic in the village. You can also engage in sporting activities with the kids at the school and youth in the community.

    Fridays Saturdays and Sundays are free days for you, On free days, you can just relax at your hostel or the Nyanyanor beach or learn traditional drumming and dances or do some more traveling on your own. The Nyanyanor beach is just 10km from the project site. The distance between the project site to the hostel is just 100 meters away.

    Day 45 Odupong-Ofaakor to Accra

    We will be packing and making preparations for our departure in the morning after which we will drive to Accra and arrive at the Center for National Culture in the noon, the center is made up of a warren of stalls selling arts and crafts and known simply as the Arts Centre, this is one of the main places to shop in Accra. The level of aggressive hassling may make you want to keep your money in your pocket but if you have the patience and wherewithal, you can come away with good-quality handicrafts from all over Ghana.  In the afternoon there will be a departure party at Next Door till the evening. Next door is a perfect and excellent beach resort-complex is a model of excellent of international standard worthy of mention. The peace and tranquility reigning in the hearts of lovers and people are ever present at this resort. It is simply a pictorial story you need to know and consume as first hand information about this earthly paradise, which is on the Accra-Teshie road. After passing by the Military Academy and its environs, driving towards the township of Teshie, Next Door can found on the right side of the road. The impression at first sight is the exotic nature of things, which help to embellish the place bringing it into an international focus and standard. The vivid and scenic beauty of this resort with a cluster of coconut trees for shade is the gift of nature, which has encompassed this beautiful spot.  Each side of the enclosure is bordered by a cluster of huts with thatched roofs, open and airy for relaxation after a hard day’s work. A terrace bar service caters for customers and a growing clientele of tourist of different nationalities.The serenity and the breeze winds from the Atlantic Ocean and its morning dews act as natural health tonic for the relaxation of the mind and body.

    End of tour: After dinner we will depart to the airport to catch our return flight home

    Tour Info

    Cost: 1500 Euro

    Included:

    • Meeting and assistance upon arrival and departure
    • Accommodation transfers
    • Accommodation
    • Transportation within Ghana
    • Tour guide
    • Admission to listed sites and events
    • Donation of pencils to orphanages and schools
    • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner meals, two local caterers will accompany the group and prepare all meals

    Not included

    • Cost of visa
    • Round trip air transportation to Ghana
    • Travel Insurance

    Warm regards,
    Eben Mensah
    Director
    Volunteer in Africa

    254/14 Wawa Crescent, Dzorwulu, Accra, Ghana

    http://www.volunteeringinafrica.org

    Phone: 00233 20 1983724

    Email: voluinghana@gmail.com

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