Faraja Orphanage Children’s Home - Arusha - Tanzania (Click for Project Page)
Faraja Orphanage Children's Home is a non-profit organization outside Arusha in Tanzania and was established by Faraja Maliaki Mollel 2008. Faraja Orphanage accepts children between the age of 3 and 15 years old regardless of tribe, religion or gender. The orphanage provides pre-primary education (nursery or primary school) and has four classes. We provide the children as best we can by giving them food, shelter, clothes and the most important thing: we are trying to provide to them with a proper education.
Ethical Encounters - Massai village - Tanzania - (Click for Project Page)
Ethical Encounters is a Small Social Enterprise, founded to "Unite Cultures through Travel and Tourism" We seek to use the economic clout of tourism to enhance the living conditions of children and villagers in the local Communities.
TANZANIA YOUTH CULTURAL EXCHANGE NETWORK - Salaam - Tanzania - (Click for Project Page)
TYCEN is an NGO devoted to improving local education, fostering environmental conservation efforts, and furthering sustainable development in communities throughout Tanzania. We organize various work camps in Tanzania in which both local Tanzanian volunteers and international volunteers from around the world participate. It is our belief that volunteering in work camps can help forge connections among youth from diverse backgrounds and create an atmosphere of cooperation and respect among people from different countries.
Kiya Survivors, Kiya Tanzania - Arusha - Tanzania - (Click for Project Page)
Kiya Tanzania will be collaborating with Dymphna Special School, which was established in 2002 by Mary Kaswende. The school is a learning centre for children and young people with disabilities and special educational needs.
Ngerengere River project - Pwani - Tanzania - (Click for Project Page)
Ngerengere River project was founded in the Bwawani village near Morogoro Tanzania; although it has been created and maintained by the community itself it relies on its volunteer program as an essential source of willing hands, new ideas and resources.
Itwangi Hostel and Volunteer Experience - Arusha - Tanzania - (Click for Project Page)
ITHV was founded in 2012 by Mary Kaswende as part of her ongoing commitment to improving education in Tanzania. Mary's journey began with her flagship project, Dymphna Special School, a school for children with physical and learning disabilities based in the small scenic town of Arusha.