(Volunteer on this project in 2018 and receive a or £250 discount)
- Teach young children how to count, learn the alphabet, and play English games and songs. Get paid in smiles and hugs from some of the happiest children in the world!
- Teach free English lessons to members of our underprivileged community in order to create greater opportunities for people to gain work in the booming tourism sector
- Run health and sports programs with disadvantaged young people who have hearing impairments
- Create relationships that last a life-time with Maasai warriors. Work one-on-one to help teach members of the Maasai tribe how to read and write
- Learn how to make traditional Swahili food with our Women’s Group
- Wake up to Mount Kilimanjaro every morning on your doorstep!
Volunteering with children abroad is extremely rewarding. In partnership with the local school teachers, you will teach the nursery school students through English games, song, worksheets, coloring and drawing. After class, you’ll get the opportunity to do some outdoor games with the children which is always topped off with a final song and lots of smiles and hugs!
Work with widows and single mothers in a women’s support group. Help these happy ladies in creating unique handmade textile products, lead sessions which look at health topics, business skills and social issues. Advise how the project can generate income which will ultimately allow them to rise above poverty.
English language is a sought-after skill in this booming tourism region. As a volunteer with us you will teach fun and interactive English lessons with a variety of members of the community, including vulnerable youths who have left school, single mothers, adolescent girls and members of the Maasai tribe. You’ll build strong friendships through your lessons as you practice English conversations, hold interesting debates and organize funny role-plays!
WORKING WITH CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
Working with your project coordinator, you will facilitate fun and active sessions for children and young adults with hearing impairments. Discuss topics such as healthy eating and the importance of exercise – finished off with sports and games outside! Learn some sign language and see how rewarding it is to be working with some of Moshi’s most vulnerable youth.