Support MANDO  

Support MANDO


Many people contribute generously to charitable promotions, especially those broadcast on TV, but do they know where their money is going or who actually benefits?  Did their contribution really go where they would have really liked it to?  By contributing to self help initiatives such as MANDO you know exactly where you money is being spent and who benefits.  You can contribute physically by going to Kenya and living and working with these wonderful people and enjoy their amazing location or by donations.

Help the Maasai in Kenya with MANDO  

Help the Maasai in Kenya with MANDO

MANDO volunteers are on-the-ground Maasai specialists.
In the eight years of existence MANDO project managers in the field have had the privilege of sharing Kenya and Maasai culture with volunteers determined to make a difference in the challenging environmental and social structures in which we work.

And they did!
So can you!

About MANDO  



MANDO is a young, rapidly growing non-profit NGO addressing huge challenges in the southern Rift Valley of Kenya.


Its nomadic, pastoral Maasai people face such a severe drought that they are forced to become more agriculturally based.

How You Can Help MANDO   How You Can Help


Volunteer either on-site in Kenya or from home.

Spend two weeks to six months, or even longer, in Kenya starting on the 1st or 15th of each month.

Placements are in Kiserian or Eremit Maasai communities in Kajiado, which is 80 Km south-west of Nairobi.

Contact MANDO   Contact MANDO


MANDO's eight volunteers work out of its small rented office in the town of Kiserian, 15 Km from Nairobi on Magadi Road.

MANDO - Matonyok Nomads Development Organization  

Matonyok Nomads Development Organization


MANDO is dedicated to improving the tomorrows of Maasai pastoralist, nomadic communities in Kenya Matonyok is a Maasai word meaning working together for success. It is based on the concept of a community deciding to help itself. This is how MANDO addresses its goals of achieving more secure livelihoods and reducing vulnerability to poverty. Once this process starts, it becomes very powerful.  Learn more by visiting their website