Micatz organizes language, culture and volunteer work stays in Tanzania in collaboration with local NGOs. Volunteering is a great way to discover a country, its culture and people while doing a meaningful job. You must be at least 18-years-old, independent, outgoing and have a sincere desire to do volunteer work. Participants come from many different countries.
Volunteer work options
Orphanages; Legal Aid project; HIV/AIDS Project; Medical/Healthcare Internship; Teaching English/Women’s Project; Pamoja Project; English Boarding School
To read more about your program placement location, fees and date in Tanzania then go to http://www.micatz.org/wp-content/uploads/brochure.pdf and also please see the attached volunteer programs brochure for Tanzania.
Food and accommodation during volunteering
Accommodation is with host families or in volunteer houses where volunteers share a room and sanitary facilities with other volunteers. There is local food three times a day, with Tanzanian food including meat, chicken, seafood and vegetarian dishes. Showers do no not always have hot water.
Ranges from 400 USD for 2 weeks, up to 900 USD for 12 weeks, and includes airport pick-up (not for boarding school), room and board during entire stay, manual, assistance from a local coordinator and introduction days (except at the boarding school).
You must be at least 18 years of age. Or, if younger than 18, you must have parental or guardian consent
Enjoy providing a service and working with others in a challenging environment
Open to foreign cultures and living abroad
High level of responsibility
Dedication to the full term of commitment
Criminal background check may be required by some projects and positions
you enroll by filling our volunteer application form at http://www.micatz.org/volunteer-form/
Please add a letter of motivation in English with a picture, in which you describe yourself and explain why you wish to work as a volunteer.
Upon receipt of your enrolment, we will mail you a confirmation, an invoice, and a pre-departure handbook.
Before you leave you will receive detailed information about your local coordinator, project and accommodation.