Current Job Availabilities – Social Worker

The following role of Social Worker is currently available for applications: Click here to see the Social Worker role details.  Click here for the Social Worker application form. 

By |January 5th, 2018|Latest News, News|0 Comments

Christmas is here!

We were very touched to hear that some close friends of Kickstart Kids have offered to match all donations over the Christmas period up to $10,000 AUD. This generous offer is very timely as we are looking to welcome in six new children in the new year. Money raised will go towards the education and upkeep of all the children at Olturoto Children's Village. To donate in Australia click here. To donate in the UK click here. To donate from anywhere else please email David Allen

By |December 12th, 2017|Latest News, News|0 Comments

Current Job Availabilities – Fundraising Coordinator

The following role of Fundraising Coordinator is currently available for applications: Click here to see the Fundraising Coordinator role details.  Click here for the Fundraising Coordinator application form. 

By |September 29th, 2017|Latest News, News|0 Comments

Olturoto Children’s Village – New Flyer

Olturoto Children’s Village (OCV) is a Kickstart Kids International project established in Isinya, Kajiado County in Kenya with the aim of providing transitional, family-based and quality care to orphaned and vulnerable children. OCV was officially opened on 26th June 2014 and is currently home to 17 children (9 girls and 8 boys) Click here to learn all about Olturoto Children's Village  

By |September 6th, 2017|Latest News, News|0 Comments

Newsletter – May 2017

Newsletter May, 2017 We have had a fantastic four weeks at Olturoto Children's Village with the opening of Joseph house for eight boys, seeing our two eldest girls commencing university, kicking off a family empowerment program and creating a long term partnership on our farm. Last weekend we made a short video to introduce you to Benjamin, Edwin, Clinton, Noah, Peter, Mark, Morgan and Stephen. Click this link to take a look. It is tax time in Australia which makes June a critical month for our tax deductible fundraising efforts. We have big plans for the next financial year and it is only through these donations that we can continue to expand our program to more and more orphaned and vulnerable kids. If you are able to support from Australia, please do click this link or send us an email if you need any further information. Information on donating from Kenya, UK, Belgium or elsewhere in the world is available at the end of the newsletter. Enjoy the read and as always, thank you for your support The Kickstart Team Empowering families for a better tomorrow All the 17 children (9 girls & 8 boys) are well and progressing with their schooling. During their free time and on weekends, they have been taking various life skills lessons covering communication, children's rights, performing arts as well holding their own meetings as part of the child participation program.  In May 2017, we officially launched the family empowerment program. This program seeks to strengthen and empower guardians of children currently admitted at OCV in order to improve their financial and social-economic status in readiness for reintegration. Further down in this newsletter we have featured a story on one of the families and how the empowerment program is [...]

By |July 13th, 2017|Latest News, News|0 Comments

OCV celebrates third anniversary with a new play area

To celebrate the third anniversary of Oltutoto Children's Village, a new play area as been built on site.  So much fun! Thank you David Leahy and family for funding and getting this built for the OCV kids. Watch a video of the celebrations: Watch it on YouTube:

By |July 13th, 2017|Latest News, News|0 Comments

Read the latest 2016 Nanga Report

The 2016 Nanga Annual Report is available to download: 2016 Nanga Annual Report This report is also available on the Kenyan Governance page.  

By |June 19th, 2017|Latest News, News|0 Comments

Position Vacant – Social Worker

Nanga Organization is a locally registered NGO established by Kickstart Kids International, whose mission is to provide support to orphans and vulnerable children in Kenya. Nanga values openness, transparency and equality in all its dealings with the local communities we serve, partners, employees, supplier and other organizations/individuals we work alongside. Nanga oversees and runs the Olturoto Children’s Village (OCV) which is as a TRANSITIONAL HOME for vulnerable children in Olturoto area, Kajiado North. As such, we are seeking to recruit an experienced Social worker to apply his/her professional skills under the guidance of the Programme Manager and provide social services and assistance to improve the social and psychological functioning of children and their families at OCV leading to successful reintegration. Interested candidates must fill out the application form and submit the duly filled form, a cover letter and their CV to or drop them off at Olturoto Children’s Village by COB on the 15TH NOVEMBER 2016. Click here to see the full job description. Download the application form.  Nanga Organization is an equal opportunity employer. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. No canvassing allowed.

By |November 10th, 2016|News|0 Comments

Position Vacant: Farm Head

We are looking for a new Farm Head to run and manage 27 acres of land and ensure the profit-for-purpose model is achieved in order to support the children's home. Click here to view the full role description. Download the application form. Interested candidates may send their application letters and completed application form to by COB Thursday 3 rd November 2016. Candidates must provide their current salary and expected salary in their application form. Nanga Organization is an equal opportunity employer. No canvassing allowed. Our Four Pillars

By |October 31st, 2016|Latest News, News|0 Comments

Karibuni Watoto Wapenzi! Welcome Dear Children!

We are excited to announce the admission of two new children to Olturoto Children's Village (OCV). Faith and Morgan Leparakwo are orphaned twins from Sultan Hamud in the Eastern part of Kenya. The twins are six years old and have not been attending school. This is just one of the many challenges they were facing following the death of their mother. At OCV, we are providing proper nutrition, medical care, education, and lots of love. The twins will attend the local primary school as well as receive extra tuition at home. You may have noticed that Morgan is the first boy admitted into OCV. Subsequent admissions will follow in the coming weeks into Joseph House. Join us in welcoming Faith and Morgan!

By |September 15th, 2016|Latest News, News|0 Comments