Help preschoolers and young students learn English, numeracy, math, biology, chemistry and more.
Join an unforgettable Tanzanian service adventure.
Children the world over deserve a healthy start in life. You’re needed to help families, teachers, rural health aids and community leaders in Tanzania improve services to change children’s lives – forever.
Your program and travel costs are tax-deductible! One-, two- and three- week programs, including lodging, food, local transportation, project materials and a trained team leader, are scheduled year-round.
Give. Explore. Care. Change the World. Be a Global Volunteer.
Help pregnant women, new mothers and children 0-2 in Tanzanian villages overcome the devastating effects of poverty, disease and hunger. You can offer practical assistance to those who need it most, and experience hope and the resiliency of the human spirit. Your daily assignments help ensure that children reach their full potential through preschool instruction and care, primary school tutoring, education for pregnant women and new mothers, improvements to classrooms, and repair of other community buildings. At the same time, you’ll enjoy all the color, sounds and flavor of Tanzanian culture. Serve with us – a long-standing non-profit leader in worldwide volunteering.
Come learn and serve in Tanzania, and remain forever invested.
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“Travel For a Purpose”
“This was without question the most rewarding experience of my life – helping people with important projects, feeling the warmth and appreciation of children and teens, and living the life of a villager. It was authentic, and unparalleled.”
“It made me a kinder person, a warmer person, and even a less-judgmental person. But really, it gave me tremendous perspective.”
“Almost everyone I met in one way or another thanked me just for coming there.”
“You realize you have something in common with the people you’re working with. It really is waging peace through justice worldwide.”
“These have been among the most meaningful and beneficial experiences in my life.”