FEid Tanzania Application form

Tanzania is a prime example of what most people expect when they think about Africa. The endless wilderness of the national parks with a vast variety of wild animals in their natural surroundings, the exotic and colorful Maasai culture and mountaintops from where you feel like you could see the edges of the world. And although all these romantic ideas of endless landscapes and wild animals are true, there is so much more to experience and discover when you volunteer in Tanzania.

Here are our current projects that we are running:

1. Environment Conservation awareness and Natural Resource Management.

In Tanzania: More than three quarters of Tanzania’s population rely on crop growth and seasonal rainfall to survive. Agriculture accounts for a quarter of the Tanzanian economy, and it is these farmer who suffer the real, dangerous consequences of environmental degradation. Adverse impacts of climate change are already affecting livelihoods and the economy. Recent severe droughts dramatically highlighted the food insecurity, water scarcity and power supply issues that the country faces. FEid Tanzania focus on raising awareness of the importance of protecting the environment, working with communities to find ways to develop in a sustainable way

Work together with the organization's project officer to develop and implement programs, lectures and seminars geared at raising awareness on environmental conservation issues and natural resource management. These sessions and activities would take place in Arusha Region in Tanzania mainland including visits to village communities and schools.

Each presentation is targeted at the conservation issues at that particular location. Presentations at different sites are both in theory and practice (whenever possible). For example, schools may require school ground clean-ups, tree planting tasks in the school yards,

Village visit and Community Presentations

Volunteers may be asked to visit rural villages, (with staff members of the organization) especially the villages near park reserves and catchment areas and discuss environmental awareness issues and conduct some natural resource management activities lie Planting trees, constructing rocket stoves and tippy-taps that are pertinent to that location with the people and perhaps some possible approaches to solutions in the problem areas

2. School, Water and sanitation

Every year two million people die in the world because of unsafe water, sanitation and hygiene. Children and young people living in rural communities are particularly affected. In Tanzania: Less than half the population have access to safe drinking water and as little as 16% have access to adequate sanitation facilities. Awareness of the importance of even simple hygiene practices is limited.

School children are particularly exposed to the effects of unsafe water, hygiene and sanitation, with 84% of schools lacking functional hand washing facilities and only 1% providing their pupils with soap. FEid Tanzania focuses on working in rural, harder to reach communities where the level of need is more pronounced. Our programs reflect the fact that women, girls and young people are dis proportionally affected, as they carry out most of the unpaid labour associated with WASH in households and communities. This has a huge impact on their health, education and ability to earn money. A key focus of our work will be with schools and their communities.

As a volunteer take part in

1. Construction of water gutters where by kids spend much time fetching water instead of spending that time at school studying, hence it leads to poor performance and results after their national exams

2. Constructing girls toilet to give them good environment (Privacy) during their menstrual time, where by many girls stop going to school during that time due to the reason there is no place where they can change or have privacy once they get into menstrual time, with the reason only few toilets are available or no toilets at all, or sharing toilets for both girls and boys. Due to this reason any girls attendance drop and their results are poor in national exams hence this become strong reason for their parents to force them into marriages.

3. Helping local communities to build hand washing stations by using their local ways such as tippy taps. 4. Teaching people about good health practices and encourage the use of local rocket stoves within the rural villages for the environment conservation activities.

Our general social Impact

FEid Tanzania work to create an environment through our well established projects which values and supports participation regardless of background or gender: where poverty and education levels won’t hold young people back; where culture and traditions are celebrated but not limiting.

As Non-government organization we work to facilitate these goals be attained through the power of volunteerism. Young people in Tanzania want their voices to be heard. They aspire to be involved in decision making processes and to contribute to the socioeconomic development of their country. They have the commitment, creativity, and passion to make real change. But they often lack the skills, knowledge and opportunities this requires. These issues are particularly difficult for young women and rural youth to overcome

Minimum Age: 18 years

In order to join the program you need to be at least 18 years old on the program start date. There might be exemptions if you can provide the permission of your legal guardian(s) or if your are accompanied by your parents.

Language Skills
You need to speak English (basic level)

Criminal Background Check

Nationality Restrictions
No restrictions. Helping hands from all over the world are welcome.

Time Commitment
Your helping hand will be required on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 09:00 - 14:30

What's Included

Services by FEid - Tanzania
 Accommodation throughout your entire stay at our volunteer house
 delicious meals (Breakfast and dinner) cooked by chefs from the local community
 Experienced international and local staff members who live and work alongside you every day
 A full induction, orientation and training session to ensure you can contribute sustainably
 All necessary project equipment and resources you’ll need on the ground
 WI-Fi (Limited)

Airport Pickup at Kilimanjaro International Airport
Depends on the date of the flight (Pick up arrangement can be made)

What's NOT included?
Visa, flights, travel insurance or vaccinations are NOT included in the program fees.

Flight Tickets
The nearest airport is Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) in Kilimanjaro. We assist you to find cheap flights to Tanzania.

Travel Insurance
Going abroad is an adventure and it is always best to be prepared. Sudden illness or injury, cancellation or theft a travel insurance for Tanzania provides security and is a plus to have.

If you are intending to volunteer in Tanzania you should seek medical advice before starting your social journey. Check your required vaccinations for Tanzania.

Details on arrival
Arrival will be at Kilimanjaro International Airport.
Available time depends on the flights schedule

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

Minimum stay 4 weeks to 16 weeks

Program fees

Admission fee 150$
safety gears 25$

( meals and accommodation can be arrange)

Please note that the above shown program fees are estimated. FEid - Tanzania will let you know about the final price during your application process.

Your payment will be agreed with FEid - Tanzania during the application process. Common solutions are either via bank transfer or western union.

Refund policy

In case of uncertainty like Covid19 or natural calamities all payment will be refunded.
In case of other cancelation without any notification 40% of amount deposited will be charged.
Advanced information due to cancelation will be charged 20% of the amount deposited
Being unable to finish project or being kicked out of project till the end of the project no refund will be mad
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