Work as a volunteer in Tanzania, a fascinating country in Africa with Mount Kilimanjaro! The location of our volunteer opportunities in Arusha is perfect as it sits below Mount Meru on the eastern arm of the Great Rift Valley. Therefore, the city enjoys the benefits of a pleasant and temperate climate.
"Thank you so much because I was able to learn, teach, support to teacher, play with children and help a little in the daily routine.
I only have positive points about the program: the whole organization, support with informations, suggestions, safety recommendations and many other things." – Nadir from Brazil
At the Arusha orphanage, children need your affection! You can work with the children of the orphanage by teaching them art and crafts because art is a powerful tool to help you find happiness and creativity. It will also provide love and comfort to these children.Learn More
If you like to support teachers, you can work as an assistant teacher in a primary school in a poor neighborhood of Arusha. In addition to teaching English, math, music, and dance, you will develop a very good relationship with all school staff and children.Learn More
Volunteer with football coaching in Tanzania in our sports development project. The sports project offers sport activities (mainly football) to 400 children (boys and girls) from several football schools. The idea is to keep them away from the danger through sports and to develop the female football.Learn More
In the Women Empowerment Project, you will help young young single mother who have experienced early pregnancy, forced marriage while still children, trafficking in human beings, poverty, abuse, and lack of education. Help empower women in a temporary residence center.Learn More
As a medical volunteer, your mission will be to meet the basic health and education needs of your local communities. During the medical internship at the Daughters of Charity dispensary, you’ll take care of the patients.Learn More
Volunteer in Tanzania in our dance project, where you will be in direct contact with children and teenagers passionate about dancing. You will support several dance schools that have been created with the objective of promoting the social, economic and cultural development of the African continent.Learn More
Not only is Tanzania proud to bear witness to Africa’s highest point, Mount Kilimanjaro, but it is also a wealthy country full of resources such as lakes, wildlife, and mineral.
The country’s mainland is indeed divided into several clearly defined regions: the low-lying coastal plains, the Masai Steppe, the dry highland plateau and the costs. There you find the East African mangrove as well as Tanzania’s largest city and former capital, Dar es Salaam.
In Tanzania you can enjoy breathtaking landscapes and culture and go for trips around Arusha, while you experience a unique volunteer experience in Africa.
Volunteers stay at a hostel in Arusha, which is considered as the capital of the East African Community and of the safari experience.
Since the city is located below Mount Meru on the eastern branch of the Great Rift Valley, it benefits of a pleasant and temperate climate.
Culturally speaking, Tanzania is one of the most diverse countries in Africa and this is reflected in the fact that there are more than 158 local languages spoken in the country.
Under the leadership of Julius Nyerere, the learning of Swahili was prioritized over local languages. Swahili is therefore widely spoken, but English is used as the language of higher education, administration, and business.
There are more than 120 different ethnic groups among Tanzania’s population, and unlike in other African countries, most people identify themselves as Tanzanian first and foremost.
Step by step, the traditional African tribe values have been adapted to modern life, although at a much slower pace among some tribes such as the famous Maasai.
Irina Ruzhnikova, a volunteer from France, bought a laptop and Wi-Fi connection to the orphanage… Read More
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Jessica Mansoto, from Brazil, is sharing her love with the children in Tanzania, with the… Read More
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Gabrielle Zakas from the US has been sharing her love with the children at the… Read More
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Go for an inspiring volunteer experience in Kenya, where you can care for the children at an orphanage, teach English or Sports. Also the country is beautiful, in the weekends you can book tours and excursions around Mombasa and see everything Kenya has to offer.Learn More
Ghana is a rich and colourful place, humming with culture and rhythm. If you are in search of an authentic volunteer experience, Ghana would be an excellent choice for teaching English at school, or caring for children at an orphanage. Experience the Ghanaian society and everyday life whilst making a difference and working along with the local people on their terms.Learn More
Namibia is a very exciting volunteer destination in southwestern Africa. Our voluntary projects in the field of wildlife projects and medical internships offer excellent value for money.Learn More
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