Volunteering In Tanzania

TANZANIA / Ekenywa Trust

We are working with Tanzania Adventures together with Community and volunteering Program here in Tanzania.
Community and volunteering Program deals with seven areas

1. Sexual reproductive health and life skills,
2. Environmental conservation
3. Teaching in primary secondary and high schools.
4. Tourism and Hospitality.
5. Accounting, Business, Marketing and Finance
6. Wildlife and Conservation
7. Information Technology, Marketing and
8. Medical Field.

All the(1-2) project operate in secondary schools where we have open up the clubs and setup the training manual for the whole year. The operations of club section done three days a week with different professionals and volunteers, for the volunteers can receive a short Training and facilitate the sections. Our operation is basically in Arusha

For the (3) we do with the professional teachers from different subject which are taught from early childhood, secondary and high schools here in Tanzania.
For the Information Technology, Tourism and Hospitality, Accounting and Finance, and Medical Field the project enables volunteers to share skills and expertise with the small and medium Enterprises with Hospitals and health Centers in Arusha and surrounding areas. The Project helps young Professionals with additional skills, providing a new opportunity of learning and advancing their future prospects.
This can be done during their research attachments or summer vacation which arranged from community to Cultural and Natural Heritage any time because the program operates the whole year in the clubs, Hospitals and companies we work together, so this resource will help us on that.

Contact info@ekenywasafaris.com

Expires: July 15, 2020


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