• Volunteering at peace for conservation a total of 4 days out of each 7 days per week - that gives you also time to do some local exploring
• You agree with how long you will stay between 4 week to 8 week or longer if it all works out well, or suit both parties.
• Designing proposal, and teach staff on presentation skills, report writing and English language skills
• Teaching children in school about wildlife conservation and environment
• Participate in community project like construction toilet in school tom reduce children defecation in forest
From June to November
Between 4 week to 8 week or longer if it all work out well, or suit both parties.
• Self-contained room decorated African style, with internet service in the room and television.
• Breakfast , lunch and dinner , each day stay
• Canoes tour, sport fishing, go fishing with local fishermen. Experience the lifestyle of the Native fishermen by joining them on a fishing tour, you fish from a small wooden canoe and try to see who can make a big catch of the delicious tilapia or the Nile perch. At the end of the day someone will prepare your catch for you, so you can enjoy the fresh fish of lake Victoria at dinner in the house
• Airport transfers on your arrival & when you depart to from home
• Provide a sport bike to facilitate movement while you are working in the organization
• Teach how to cook African foods
• Participate on community events like weeding, traditional dance
• Link with secondary school to teach children wildlife conservation
• Participate on community work construction toilet in rural school, children to use toilets and avoid open defecation
In recent decades debates about relationship between conservation and peace have focused on how conservation problem like resource scarcity and climate change are likely to create or exacerbate human –wildlife conflict. Our organization aims at bridging the gap in community engagement on conservation as to create a positive dynamic change in conservation and diplomacy towards achieving peace and conservation.
Our main focus areas are:
-Education -particularly focusing on youth groups
-Sustainable resource management
-Species and habitat protection and restoration
-Social wellbeing, equality and alternative livelihoods
-Climate change and pollution
-Conservation research and environmental initiatives
These initiatives are achieved through;-
-Facilitating conservation/education/sustainable livelihood initiatives
-Engaging and connecting with local communities to raise awareness and promote ownership and action
-Uniquely engaging youth though innovative platforms that include education, sports, music and film
-Providing a platform for youth to network and have their voice heard - supporting the next generation of conservationist
-Marine, freshwater (lakes and rivers) and terrestrial habitat restoration
-Raising international awareness of Tanzania's unique biodiversity
-Working with partners and stakeholders to form mutually beneficial collaboration’s
To provide an improved visual awareness in the community for effective conservation, alongside solid improved livelihood opportunities
To bring inspiration and innovations to conservation awareness for ecosystems management
US$ 30 Per Day and 10% contribute for conservation program in rural schools , will organize weekend day trip safari to Serengeti National park.
Make your holiday count! Make a volunteer contribution and join our conservation safari expeditions in remote and beautiful places in Tanzania. Go places where others don't, learn new skills and experience ‘hands-on’ conservation within local Tanzanian communities undertaking conservation initiatives. Our program provides a warmly welcome and good accommodation with host families within the local community where they experience community life, the community’s social activities and interact with senior community leaders. Local social activities include; camping in community owned camp sites, BBQ together, traditional dance and enjoying the beautiful scenery and sunrises/set, game drives and guided walks within the National Park led by knowledgeable community leaders. This program uniquely gives volunteer tourists an experience of where sustainable travel meets hands-on conservation
We believe that our passion, belief and love of nature and the community will delight and enthuse you.