Project Intern at HOPE Worldwide Kenya
HOPE Worldwide Kenya
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HOPE worldwide Kenya is a faith-based Non Governmental Organization registered in 1999. The official launch of Programs was in February 2003 by the then U.S. ambassador to Kenya, His Excellency Johnnie Carson, and Joe Aketch, His Worship the mayor of Nairobi City at the time, in Mukuru slums.


The work of HWWK focuses on hard-to-reach and most-at-risk populations, orphaned and vulnerable children, youth, poor communities and the general public to improve their quality of life through responsive and innovative health programming, service delivery and capacity building in Kenya and Eastern Africa.

Through key partnerships in HWWK’s local, national and international networks, we are continuously striving to improve the quality of our services and expand the range of our interventions.


HWWK partners with the National Coordinating Agency for Population and Development (NCAPD) in areas focusing on Gender, Reproductive Health which targets the youth, sex workers and orphans. Public Private Partnerships have also been established with Kenyan Government agencies, other non-governmental organizations, corporate firms, religious institutions, and local and international donor agencies.


Students will parttake in a workbased internship. Preferably not less than 2 months, and not for more than 40hrs per week. Location would depend on the specific project interns would like to work on. Please send an e-mail if you have any questions about the different possibilities.



Students with a background in IT, Communications, Teaching and Mentorship, Marketing, Business Entrepreneurial are welcome (to mention just a few). 


Applications can be send to: (cc:



Contact Person
Sarah Josiah
HOPE Worldwide Kenya