Volunteer with Mpingo Conservation and Development Initiative

Mpingo Conservation and Development Initiative

Kilwa Masoko, Tanzania, Africa
We are a charity with a mission to drive forest conservation and alleviate rural poverty in Tanzania

Education
Environment
Healthcare
Human Rights
Development


Help us develop communications materials that promote our work, build the capacity of local staff to write in good English and enter and analyse data from forest monitoring. Support with fieldwork (including forest resource assessments, biodiversity monitoring and community outreach), fundraising and grant writing, GIS mapping, research and marketing sustainable forest products for communities.

Any time during the year.

1 month.


You will have access to our office facilities, including desk space and internet (please bring your own laptop). Our friendly team will be ready to guide and support you during your placement, including providing advice on visas and helping to arrange suitable transport and accommodation for your stay.


You will need to arrange and finance your own international and in-country transport to get to us, as well as a visa and insurance to cover your time here. We can provide advice and support with this. You will also need to budget for your own food and accommodation while here. We recommend budgeting a minimum of $10 per day for food and water. Living options include local guest houses at $10-25 per night, or for longer stays you can rent a room locally for as little as $90 per month.


Everyone



Logo and Graphic Design
Create/Update our Website
Social Media Help
Research
Fundraising
Video/Photo Editing
Grant Writing

Help us to enter and analyse data from forest monitoring, develop communications materials that promote our work and to post regular social media updates. Support with web design and content management, fundraising and grant writing, GIS mapping, research and marketing sustainable forest products for communities.


We empower rural Tanzanian communities to own and economically benefit from their natural forests through sustainable timber production. The income that they generate from timber is used to fund local development projects such as building water wells, clinics and schools that improve access to key services, e.g. clean water, healthcare and education. These benefits provide rural people with concrete incentives to protect their forests, as well as the unique wildlife within them.


Up to 5 people



P.O. Box 49, Kilwa Masoko, Lindi Region, Tanzania, Kilwa Masoko, Tanzania.


1350

What are you waiting for?

We at Mpingo Conservation and Development Initiative would love to hear from you!