Volunteering » Tanzania
Volunteering in Tanzania will help one of the most highly populated countries of Africa. Unfortunately approximately a third of the 47 million people who live in Tanzania live well below the poverty line due to social, political and economic disparities and half the population are under the age of 15. Volunteering in Tanzania can seriously change the lives of these people.
There are so many different projects to get involved with when you volunteer in Tanzania. Teach English to knowledge-thirsty studentsand help promote the need for girls to stay in school and be educated. Assist in the construction and repair of buildings such as schools, hospitals, clinics and community centresor support local health care workers promoting campaigns based on public health, sanitation and the spread of HIV and AIDS.
While you’re volunteering in Tanzania don’t forget that it’s a country full of natural wonder including landmarks such as Mt Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak, and the stunning island of Zanzibar.
Visit beautiful and untouched areas of Tanzania on this adventure phase. Meet remote Tanzanian communities and get back to basics in this self-sufficient challenge.
Become a community volunteer in Tanzania! It’s a fantastic opportunity to give something back to the local communities near Dar Es Salaam and get involved in some amazing community projects.
You can volunteer on a Nursing or Midwifery placement in one of the many hospitals, clinics, orphanages and care centres that we work with overseas and gain practical experience.
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All over the world there are huge numbers of children and adults in need of care and attention and you can help make an invaluable difference to these people’s lives on our projects.
One of the most beautiful African gems, Zanzibar is a mixture of history, culture and amazing beaches. You will be able to explore the sights and help to care for children in a day care centre.
Immerse yourself in African life and get involved in worthwhile teaching projects in the north of Tanzania. Teach English and bring your passions - with views of Mt Meru on your doorstep!
Volunteering on a medicine and healthcare project will provide you with an invaluable experience of the challenges faced by medical institutions in the developing world.
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Take part in vital conservation work in Africa (Zimbabwe, Zambia and Tanzania) on your gap year to preserve some of the most majestic and endangered wildlife on the planet.
Support women in rural communities & the environment in Tanzania through helping maintain and build rocket stoves to ensure they have fuel efficient cooking.
Help mitigate human/elephant conflict by building safe and natural fences - chillies & beehives!
Volunteers on our physiotherapy placement provide support to patients and staff in the developing world.
Earn your TEFL certificate while teaching English to deprived kids in countries. It’s a great way to explore a country & give something back.
Combine a part time Law internship in Arusha, the safari capital of Tanzania, with life changing conservation and community projects both in Arusha and on the stunning Indian Ocean Coast.
With a variety of projects on offer, you will help to educate and care for local children as well as improving the community’s English!
Combine an internship in teaching, care, media, business or law in the safari capital of Arusha. Perfectly placed to add 4 weeks of volunteering at the Indian Ocean Coast.
Tanzania, a country of warm hearts and stunning scenery; but where 90% of the population live on less than £1.50. Volunteer in this incredible country & help with sustainable development.
We offer elective placements in medicine, dentistry, nursing, midwifery, physiotherapy and occupational therapy. We tailor placements to meet the needs of students.
In partnership with the WWF, we helped set up a protected marine research park in Tanzania. Since then we have developed marine projects in Fiji, Madagascar and many other countries.