Share your design & coding skills with bright African minds!
As part of the non-profit program Learning Lions, you will dedicate your time to lead and support a small group of 3 – 10 young adults in your specific area of expertise. We propose an instructor-led “learning by doing” format but are eager to discuss the most effective way with you. Your ultimate goal will be to reduce the high unemployment rate in impoverished rural areas of Africa by teaching the selected “Lions” applicable ICT & design skills
25 horas de ayuda por semana
Ayuda a desarrollar y mantener sitios web.
Lo que obtienes
2 dias libres por semana
Tendrás una cama en un cuarto privado. Sí, un cuarto solo para ti.
Tienes derecho a desayunos gratis cada día de tu estadía.
Tienes derecho a almuerzos gratis cada día de tu estadía.
Puedes usar libremente nuestra lavandería.:
Hay un lugar especial donde se lava la ropa sin costo.
Te llevamos a excursiones y caminatas por la ciudad, GRATIS.
Te buscaremos cuando llegues y te llevamos a nuestro lugar.
Clases de Yoga:
Toma clases de yoga gratis en nuestro espacio.
Admite voluntarios solos, parejas y dúos
Lo que no está incluído
Vuelos, Seguro de Viaje, Transporte Interno y Visa
Learning Lions is a non-profit program that selects, educates and trains young adults living outside urban areas with few job opportunities in high-value skills like software development, graphic design and media production. It is focused on hands-on skills taught by volunteers from around the world that can immediately be used to generate income online. Our follow up program Startup Lions (www.startuplions.org) then helps our trained “Lions” to use the skills they acquired in the training to create their own business in our IT-Hub, while we source clients for them from around the world.
The Learning Lions program offers you the opportunity to live in one of the most remote regions in the world. The social environment and setting of our project is very young and friendly but it goes without saying that you will not live in luxurious conditions. We reassure you that it will be a life-enriching experience for you from a professional and a personal point of view.
Lodwar is a small city (~50 000 inhabitants) located in the northwest of Kenya and west of Lake Turkana. Most of its population is still following traditional living habits in relatively poor conditions. At the same time, the city is the bustling center of the region with two nightclubs, many bars and restaurants. It is a 2-hour car drive away from the future ICT center.