Volunteers are needed and welcome to work in early childhood education projects throughout Arusha. Projects are available in kindergarten and primary schools where the focus on teaching English, math, music, arts are welcome. 

Local children are passionate about learning, and attending school gives them the chance to break out of the poverty cycle.  Moreover, both the children and teachers are grateful with support of the extracurricular activities and sports games after school.

It is advisable that you learn a few words and phrases in Swahili.  Volunteers should bring teaching aids (flash cards, picture books, alphabet and number games, maps)  to use with the kids and to donate to the school.

Schools in Tanzania are closed for 2 weeks in late April, during the month of August and December to January. Prior experience is not required, guidance will be provided as to what subjects to cover, but volunteer teachers will be expected to come up with ideas to create and prepare lessons.

*Volunteers need a Tourist Visa to enter Tanzania (US$100) as of 2016 available for purchase in the airport.  *Once in the country volunteers must apply for a “Volunteer Permit” is US$250. All participants in the Tanzania program must secure a permit to volunteer.

Overview

  • Project length: From 2 weeks to 8 weeks
  • Project start date: Projects begin every Tuesday.  Arrival Sunday or Monday
  • Airport Arrival: Kilimanjaro (Code: JRO)
  • Work Schedule: Monday to Friday 6-8 hours per day
  • Requirements: Tourist Visa and Volunteer Permit
  • Age Limits: Minimum 18 years or older for solo travelers
  • Minimum Age: 12 to 16 yrs if traveling with parents.
  • Airlines: KLM, Delta, Emirates, Ethiopian and Qatar
  • Vaccinations: Yellow Fever, Malaria (Malarone pills recommended), Hep A, typhoid wwwnc.cdc.gov

Inclusions

  • Program starts and ends in Arusha (JRO airport)
  • Airport meet and greet. Afternoon city tour and orientation
  • Monday to Friday volunteering. 30-40 hours per week
  • Weekends free to sightseeing
  • Typical shift work hours are  8am-12pm and 2pm-6pm
  • Support: Local ABV Director support 24/7 during placement
  • Departure: ABV Staff Escorted Airport Transfer
  • Accommodation: Volunteer House
  • Meals: Breakfast and dinner daily

Not included:

  • Flights to Tanzania.  Entry Visa. Departure taxes. Vaccinations. Local Transportation. Travel & Health Insurance. Laundry and Internet. Sightseeing.

Extra Paid Activities while in country:

  • Masai Dance Lessons (1 ½ hrs Introduction, Sounds, Choreography, Practice) US$28
  • Introduction Swahili (3 hours Basic level: greetings, daily living, Guide book and certification) US$30
  • Masai Crafts (2 hours: craft material, bracelets) US$28
  • Tanzania Cookery (3 ½ hours includes ingredients, recipe book and certificate) US$28

Ready to get started?

Got a question for the team?

Call our toll free number 866-423-3258
Chat with an ABV Coordinator
Email our office:  [email protected]

WHAT DO MY FEES PAY FOR?

When you join an A Broader View program your financial contribution supports the hundreds of needy communities where our volunteer programs are based.  Donations are helping to stimulate the local economies with coordinator and hosting jobs, with new constructions at local school and orphanage, with much needed medical supplies to under served hospitals and clinics. 

ABV works tirelessly year round to support our volunteers, and also to serve the local communities where we are based.  As a tax exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit charity organization we receive 100% of our funding from our volunteers' program fee donations. Your program fee is used for airport pick up & transfer, departure transfer, placement logistics, orientation, food & accommodations, in-country assistance as well as programmatic administrative support and continuity of our volunteer programs.   If you have questions about our program fees email to [email protected] or call us toll free at 866-423-3258.

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