Tanzania is a mountainous country with
large expansive grass plains. The coast is hot and humid with
the beautiful island of Zanzibar located just offshore. Tanzania
is famous for the Maasai Warriors, Serengeti National Park,
Mount Kilimanjaro and Lake Victoria.
The history of Tanzania is one of conflict and colonisation.
During the 16th Century the Arab states and the Portuguese
fought over Tanzania to control the slave trade. Tanzania
became a German colony in the 19th Century, a British trust
territory in the 20th and eventually independent in 1960.
We have a number of volunteer projects, teaching English
to Tanzanian children. Disadvantaged children, street children
and orphans face poverty throughout their lives. By teaching
English to the children of Tanzania, you can give them valuable
life opportunities, they would otherwise never receive. We
also have a number of projects teaching business skills, community
advice and sexual health awareness.
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Moshi is a small city in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro,
the highest peak in Africa. The city has a population of around
150,000 inhabitants descended from the Chaga and Maasai tribes.
The economy of the town is driven by tourism, banana groves
and coffee small holdings. The town is amenable and friendly
with modern accommodation and facilities.
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Volunteer in Tanzania and help in one of the most spectacular
and interesting places in Africa. In The Land of Kilimanjaro,
volunteers enjoy some of Africa's most beautiful national
parks and game reserves like the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater
and the Selous. Tanzania with all its natural beauty, is enjoying
a rapidly growing economy. Volunteers are needed to assist
in efforts to keep Tanzania's natural beauty intact as well
as help the native people keep up with the fast paced changes
by learning English and computing skills. In Tanzania they
know that ''ahsante sana'' goes a long way!