Volunteer Intern Africa
With Art in Tanzania
Empowering Communities Since 1996
Art in Tanzania international internship and volunteering programs have empowered the African communities since 1996. Placement write-up.
Participating in our community programs helps Africa to develop and also, you get a life-lasting experience, new friends and you encounter the beauty of African nature.
Art in Tanzania has been partnering with NGOs from 7 EU countries, co-sponsored by European Commission, to produce a volunteer and internship training manual, EVOLVET.
My internship at Art in Tanzania NGO was an unforgettable experience which left tremendously great memories. As an intern I had in many ways a chance to witness and experience much more than regular tourists do. Those 2 months I spent in Tanzania taught me a lot about myself and this great country as well as the lives of its people. I already said back in Tanzania that getting to know the locals and the people who are working at Art in Tanzania was certainly the best thing for me on the whole trip. @nikoalbertsson
Overall, the experience of Art in Tanzania was unforgettable. I liked how freely the internship was possible and how communal the activity was. The only downside was the African way doing things, meaning things often happen late but in the country the way the country does. I also liked how well we were taken care of during working hours and on weekends. @pinnjalaukkanen
Advocating training and teaching the communities. Research-oriented approaches and working together with NGO networks. producing advocating content using Art in Tanzania’s powerful social media.
Empowering Human Rights issues in a developing country society where the law is not necessarily implemented and training the societies in weaker positions for their rights. Using the schools as multiplying info centers.
Training the communities about environmental protection and introducing field activities like a tree nursery and planting activities. Introducing recycling ideas as plastic water bottle re-use.
Art in Tanzania has a very strong Social Media program. Our Facebook page has 37k+ followers and some 200-400k monthly reach. Media is a powerful advocative tool. You produce content of various issues as well as perform photographing and filming tasks.
Accommodation with breakfast and dinner is USD 175 per week is a personal expense.
Airport transfers from and to are USD 120 as a personal expense.
Charity VISA for immigration is USD 50 as a personal expense.
We pay a USD 100 per month stipend to you. It is small but 2x Tanzania’s national minimum wage.
Flights are a personal expense.