Kenya Responsible Tourism
What is Responsible Tourism?
Responsible Tourism is about “making better places for people to live in and better places for people to visit.” Responsible Tourism requires that tour operators, hoteliers, governments, local people and tourists take responsibility, take action to make tourism more sustainable.
World Responsible Tourism Day encourages the industry to take responsibility for making tourism more sustainable and demonstrate their responsibility.
How do we practice good responsible tourism.
* minimizes negative economic, environmental and social impacts;
* generates greater economic benefits for local people and enhances the well-being of host communities, improves working conditions and access to the industry;
*involves local people in decisions that affect their lives and life changes;
* makes positive contributions to the conservation of natural and cultural heritage, to the maintenance of the world’s diversity;
* provides more enjoyable experiences for tourists through more meaningful connections with local people, and a greater understanding of local cultural, social and environmental issues;
* provide access for people with disabilities and the disadvantaged;
* is culturally sensitive, engenders respect between tourists and hosts, and builds local pride and confidence.
Behaviour can be more or less responsible and what is responsible in a particular place depends on upon environment and culture.
Discover interesting Church run sustainable projects in Kenya that give fair opportunities for orphaned street children.
Hawa children's home responds to the needs of children in crisis by preparing them for success in life by offering them services provided are treatment oriented because the children who pass through Hawa home face serious barriers to success.
they come with serious mental health and behavioral challenges.They are abused, neglected and afraid.They come without hope in life.
Some have loving families that just don't know how to help their children get through these difficult things in life subjected to peer influence and some have not experienced childhood in the way most of us did.
Hawa provides a place of worship and prayer.
School-based services ,educational programs, and extended school year programs through to university. home based care,
Hawa children's home is looking for volunteers to serve as
Tutors in our center classrooms during the school day.
Clerical support in our centre development office.
All of our volunteers need to be over twenty years and above.
Must fill out an application form.
Must have no criminal record.
The form can be requested from our PCEA St Andrews church office Nyerere road Nairobi.
Donate In-Kind Gifts and Services
Our Wist List
These gifts provide us with needed items such as:
Clothing, beddings, shoes,books & stationaries ,
Presents, event tickets and incentives, prizes that motivate children and teens. Household items like cups ,spoons,water bottles,plates,cooking utensils etc.
Teens working hard to become independent in life items such as Farm equipment,jembes,pangas,slashers,gloves,carpentry tools,electrical tools among others.
Craft and office supplies for our educational and clinical programs
Maintenance products to help us keep our facility safe and clean
and so much more.
Join a Committee
We are always looking for members from our church fraternity who are willing to share their time and talent with us!. Consider joining one of the following committees:
Hawa Children's Home.
I Board of Management.
Contact us to learn more.
St. Andrew PCEA Church, Nyerere Rd
Mobile: +254-0707 257000
P.O.Box: 41282 - 00100 Nairobi GPO
E.mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (254) 707 257000
(254) 733 400023