Teach secondary students math, biology, chemistry, physics and physical geography.
A Tanzanian Adventure in Service!
Have you ever thought: “I have one chance to truly make a difference?”
This is it! Join a Tanzanian adventure in service – your chance to make a long-lasting difference in children’s and mothers’ lives. And, along the way, you’ll change your own for good. Just 1-2 weeks on a long-term development program. It’s your chance of a lifetime.
And what’s more, your service program contribution is tax-deductible! Contact us for a full description of costs.
The volunteer work projects are meaningful and effective. Provide preschool instruction and care, primary school tutoring, secondary school mentoring, programs for pregnant women and children, and repair and improvements to community buildings – while experiencing all the color, music, art and flavor of Tanzanian culture. Work with youth, adults, teachers, health care professionals and community leaders – a wide swath of Tanzanian society.
Give. Explore. Care. Make Friends. Be a Global Volunteer.
Living and working in a rural African village assures you a broad perspective of human resiliency. Through daily assignments, cultural activities and time for personal adventures, you’ll learn about Tanzania and remain forever invested. Travel with us – a long-standing non-profit leader in worldwide volunteering.
There’s no other chance like this to truly make a significant difference in the world!
Teach English conversation and pronunciation at the level you prefer – beginning through advanced – and with children through adults.
Teach primary and secondary school students computer basics, and help them improve their proficiency.
Help with painting and repairing community buildings, and providing plumbing, carpentry and electrical assistance.
Offer nutrition education, infectious disease prevention, physical fitness and diabetes prevention. Conduct interactive workshops that help improve the health and well- being of pregnant women and children.
Provide ongoing training to Rural Medical Aids and help them ensure thriving pregnancies and healthy deliveries.