Embark for the life Changing Adventures
Would you like to explore another country while giving back to the local community? Would you like to live in Africa? Volunteer in Tanzania with Magamba Eco-cultural Tourism and fulfill both desires!
Tanzania contains three of Africa’s seven natural wonders, the highest mountain peak in the country, and some of its deepest lakes. The country is home to a vast variety of birds and wildlife living in the world’s most treasured national parks and game reserves. You’ll go back in time as you experience More than 120 culture of people, who retain their way of life and traditions that they have had for centuries.
Sadly, along with its beauty and mystery, Tanzania is a desperately poor country, with close to 70 percent of the population living in poverty. It is one of the less-developed countries in the world, and so suffers from problems common to the developing world. Problems like wealth inequality, malnutrition and a lack of education, health care and social injustice hurts children and women from poor families especially.
Many organizations and NGOs which are working to help these children and communities desperately needs volunteers more than ever. You can help solve these problems by teaching English, working in an orphanage, volunteering in a healthcare project and other possibilities are endless.
Make lifelong connections while helping others. Request information about volunteering in Tanzania and choose a program that speaks to you
Volunteering in Community
Do you want to help empower women and work closely with a fascinating culture in Tanzania? Do you want to provide hope for the future for disadvantaged Groups while exploring this world-famous landscape? Magamba CTE has all what you’re looking for and more. Tanzania is a gorgeous country blessed with a large amount of natural beauty and fascinating wildlife. Not only this, it is also home to a diverse array of fascinating cultures and customs. One such culture are the Maasai, known around the world for their iconic clothing, living in the Northeastern part of Tanzania where you will be located
Volunteering in Environmental Conservations
Magamba CTE offers Environment Conservation Programs, being a part of which, one can directly get involved in protecting and nurturing Mother Earth. If you are someone who likes to live amidst nature, to soak in the freshness as well as ready to get your hands dirty, then this would be a perfect volunteering opportunity for you. Over the years, we have hosted several high school/ college student groups as well as gap year travelers and backpackers, who relentlessly contributed towards saving this world and making it a better place to live.
Responsibilities as a Volunteer For Environment Conservation Programs?
- Help in the conservation and preservation work as guided by the project coordinator.
- Help in the maintenance work and upkeep of the forests or allocated project area.
- Learn about the flora and fauna of the place where you’re working, and enhance your knowledge.
- Work with local communities who live in the areas, and conserve the environment through indigenous methods.
- Spread awareness among the people regarding environmental protection and conservation.
Volunteering in Health Care Centers
Without volunteers to rely on, it is hard to imagine how the public health industry could fulfill its mission. The impact of volunteerism goes far beyond the doctors and nurses who volunteer their time and expertise to free clinics. Many people who want to help others do not need health care experience to support efforts like educating the public about health and safety issues, answering phones at clinics and health hotlines, or delivering meals to seniors.
As busy as life can be, it can seem hard to find the time to volunteer. This guide will help you gain an informed perspective on volunteering. Below we cover the social and economic
impact of volunteers and the personal benefits of volunteering.
We include information about volunteer opportunities in the public health industry as well as many other areas of society. Take note of the key points to consider in your decision to volunteer, then check out the resources we highlighted to help you start your search for the organization that best matches your interests and schedule.
The Time Commitment
If you are a first time volunteer, short-term assignments will provide the best chance to see if the work is right for you. Short-term volunteering is especially valuable if you can make up for an acute shortage of help by providing expertise not otherwise found at the organization. Keep in mind that short-term commitments are not cost effective for organizations that must make a considerable investment in screening, transporting or housing for their volunteers. When you find the right volunteer program, serving for a longer term gives you the opportunity to develop a higher level of skill and accomplish more.