Volunteering in Tanzania

Arusha, Albania Volunteer Vacations

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Medical Work Experience Placements in Tanzania for Medical / Healthcare Internship Project

If you are looking for valuable hands-on medical experience, this internship is a great opportunity. There are many health issues to be explored and there is an obvious lack of manpower and resources in the local hospitals located in the major cities where we operate.

As a medical intern, you will study these rural health posts and community clinics. Participants spend the majority of their internship learning as an assistant to an already-existing doctor / healthcare professional. Work responsibilities vary with your education, skills, and previous experience.

Skills / Qualifications
Interns interested in joining the internship healthcare / medical program must possess health care certification, such as an ID as a medical student, EMT or paramedic certification, or nursing or physician’s credentials. Medical interns without credentials are not allowed to work in this program because of the potential liability risk. Hospitals require a copy of your resume, clearly stating credentials and education, before your arrival to the project.

Orientation
On the first day of the project, you will be given an extensive orientation to familiarize you with your new surroundings. You will be informed of local customs and how to get around using public transportation. A project co-coordinator will also meet you to explain your role as a volunteer. The orientation will cover all the relevant information about your project, including safety issues. An individual timetable will be worked out for you based on how much time you want to commit to volunteering.

Internship work
In the internship, you will select a particular area of interest related to medical / healthcare issues and explore the issue further with the help of an assigned supervisor. Please note: the project supervisor DOES NOT develop internships as this is up to the intern to get as much or as little out of their projects.

Job responsibilities of interns joining a medical internship in Tanzania (or to somewhere else where we operate) vary with education, skills, experience, and qualifications. Interns are not allowed to perform diagnoses or surgical operations.

Most of the time, intern’s help the doctor or work as an assistant to doctors. Interns measure blood pressure (BP), temperature, height, weight, as well as assist doctors and the medical staff in the health centers.
Interns may also help in health camps (if any), distribute medication, provide tips to patients pertaining to health, nutrition and sanitation as well as council patients, and possibly participate in the treatment for minor injuries/wounds and/or maintain records of treated.

Medical Interns / Volunteers’ will work with a HIV/AIDS outreach clinic conducting home-based care to people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. The homecare will include counseling to the caretakers and distributing medication and food supplies to people suffering with HIV or AIDS. Other duties will depend on which projects the organization is working on when the volunteer is there. Volunteers will sometimes be required to visit a branch office.

Volunteers in the HIV/AIDS program will devote their time taking care of HIV/AIDS infected children and people while getting them engaged in various educational activities designed to increase their awareness of the disease in hopes of their dissemination of the information to others in hopes of ultimately stopping and preventing the epidemic of HIV/AIDS in Tanzania. This project is open to any volunteers who are willing to share their love, time, and compassion with the HIV/AIDS infected/affected patients.

Tanzania Orphanage Work
Maasai International Challenge Africa (MICATZ) offers the opportunity to work on meaningful projects in schools, orphanages, hospitals, health clinics, on different community projects and with government organizations.

Participants live with a host family and undertake voluntary work placements in social work, conservation, health care, or teaching English to nurseries, primary and secondary schools to children ranging in ages from 0 - 15 years old.

Due to alarming rates of poverty and HIV/AIDS Tanzania have an extraordinarily high number of orphans and street children? We work with a number of these centres in and around Moshi Town by providing volunteers and funding for locally-based initiatives.

There are several orphanages in the Moshi region which care for anything from 70 to over 100 orphans at a time. They are set up to provide a safe and caring environment for children orphaned due to HIV or AIDS, others have been abandoned by parents that cannot afford to provide for them, some have ran away from abusive homes or have been excommunicated from their community due to a disability. Kind and compassionate individuals set them up with no help from the government.

They must provide food, clothing, school fees, health care and a roof over the children’s heads. The main source of funding for these orphanages is donations. The orphanages are not big enough to hold the amount of orphans, which results in children having to share beds with up to 4 children in 1 single bed.

Some are lucky enough to have farms for food sustainability but this is still not enough at times. As the orphanages’ are so large, and resources so low, volunteers are a great resource in helping to look after the orphans. By simply spending time with the orphans and giving them a little attention, you can get the most rewarding feeling imaginable.

Each centre is about 60 minutes walk from the Volunteer House. Public transport is also available.

Volunteers will be responsible for playing games with the children, some low-level teaching, helping the staff with chores and general running of the Orphanage.

Volunteers are encouraged to bring resources such as Art materials and games if they wish.

All initiatives, ideas and feedback are encouraged so don’t be afraid to take responsibility and speak to the Project Co-Ordinator if you have any plans that you think may be of benefit.

Tanzania Orphanage Work
Maasai International Challenge Africa (MICATZ) offers the opportunity to work on meaningful projects in schools, orphanages, hospitals, health clinics, on different community projects and with government organizations. Participants live with a host family and undertake voluntary work placements in social work, conservation, health care, or teaching English to nurseries, primary and secondary schools to children ranging in ages from 0 - 15 years old.

Due to alarming rates of poverty and HIV/AIDS Tanzania have an extraordinarily high number of orphans and street children? We work with a number of these centres in and around Moshi Town by providing volunteers and funding for locally-based initiatives.

There are several orphanages in the Moshi region which care for anything from 70 to over 100 orphans at a time. They are set up to provide a safe and caring environment for children orphaned due to HIV or AIDS, others have been abandoned by parents that cannot afford to provide for them, some have ran away from abusive homes or have been excommunicated from their community due to a disability. Kind and compassionate individuals set them up with no help from the government.

They must provide food, clothing, school fees, health care and a roof over the children’s heads. The main source of funding for these orphanages is donations. The orphanages are not big enough to hold the amount of orphans, which results in children having to share beds with up to 4 children in 1 single bed.

Some are lucky enough to have farms for food sustainability but this is still not enough at times. As the orphanages’ are so large, and resources so low, volunteers are a great resource in helping to look after the orphans. By simply spending time with the orphans and giving them a little attention, you can get the most rewarding feeling imaginable.

Each centre is about 60 minutes walk from the Volunteer House. Public transport is also available.

Volunteers will be responsible for playing games with the children, some low-level teaching, helping the staff with chores and general running of the Orphanage.

Volunteers are encouraged to bring resources such as Art materials and games if they wish.

All initiatives, ideas and feedback are encouraged so don’t be afraid to take responsibility and speak to the Project Co-Ordinator if you have any plans that you think may be of benefit.


HIV/AIDS counselor, support staff and/or educator

Maasai International Challenge Africa (MICATZ) offers the opportunity to work on meaningful projects in schools, orphanages, hospitals, health clinics, on different community projects and with government organizations.

Participants live with a host family and undertake voluntary work placements in social work, conservation, health care, or teaching English to nurseries, primary and secondary schools to children ranging in ages from 0 - 15 years old.

AIDS is responsible for over 3 million deaths in Africa. Despite major investments in AIDS prevention, the rate of HIV infection in many African countries is still rising. The HIV/AIDS epidemic has exacerbated poverty and malnutrition. Families hit by AIDS see their food production cut in half. UNAIDS and WHO estimate that 7 out of 10 people newly infected with HIV live in sub-Saharan Africa. Of all AIDS-related deaths since the epidemic started, 83% have come from Africa.

The impact of AIDS is deepening and getting worse as the economy continues to struggle; the need for action now to prevent its further spread is urgent. HIV/AIDS projects in Ghana aim at the effective control and management of HIV/AIDS, and provide support for those affected by the disease

As a volunteer you can help care for people with HIV/AIDS. Casualties from HIV/AIDS related deaths are reversing the quality of life in many communities.

HIV/AIDS is continuing to spread and is increasing poverty. The level of intervention is at its lowest and prejudice is at its highest. Volunteers work at special clinics for AIDS patients providing care and support and directly with local community based organization providing support, counseling and programs for people living with HIV/AIDS. There is a lot to learn and experience working on these projects

Volunteer's responsibilities
You offer care and support for HIV/AIDS infected children and people,
Engage in educational and training activities meant to increase awareness and stop the epidemic of HIV/AIDS in Africa.

Assist in vocational training for the HIV infected persons who have either lost their jobs or unemployed
Home and school visitation for the children who are rendered Orphans or vulnerable due the the direct and indirect effect of the HIV/AIDS on them
Other activities set out by the community based organization shall be among your responsibilities
Organizations who work on the HIV/AIDS problem have established different community outreach programs such as hospital care, recreational and educational programs, voluntary counseling and testing, and educational seminars and conferences on the virus within the local community. Volunteers help is very needy in all of these activities.

Program Objectives
To offer education, sensitization, care and support for affected people

To offer a peer education, educational campaign and awareness for the youth on the preventive measures and dangers of the disease.

To expand the volunteer's knowledge on the dangers and socio-economic problems associated with HIV/AIDS so there can be an increasing global action and awareness

To promote greater community residents participatory role and the sense of responsibility for development projects to boost maintenance and sustainability of such projects

To promote friendliness between volunteers' community and that of the beneficiary communities.

To offer volunteers deeper understanding and experience of other cultures and economies

Program Duration and Dates Program is opened to volunteers all year round. Volunteers can spend from two weeks to six months on the program. A night in the capital upon arrival (sometimes due to problems like your luggage being left behind by the airline, staying in Arusha may be go beyond a day), orientation by Focus in Africa to offer volunteers education on the culture, traditions and sensitivities of the people in the community of work, basic local language syllabus and how to go about things in the community in terms of food, water, socialization, etc. The pre-departure information will be enough an orientation for participants who intend to spend a month or less on a placement

Who can volunteer? Anybody can volunteer in this program as long as you are 16 years or more. It is regardless of your profession, skill or experience.

You can volunteer as a team or an individual. Your service is highly needed. However you should understand that you will not do anything that may stigmatize any of the people you meet in the course of your work. You need to have an open mind and a willing heart.

How can a volunteer instantly identify his/her contributions after participation?

Life will be better for beneficiaries, especially the AIDS sufferers as you attend to them with love and care even not offered by family and friends, by this you will see yourself become a friend to someone few people understand and smile with.

Family and friends shall gain a better understanding of the disease or problem and what is required of them for the affected person

There will be such a great joy to be felt by the affected persons during your participation and your work, love and commitment would have developed such a passion that your departure would bring tears in the eyes of those you are leaving behind. See such a great love you have brought to someone in need.

There will be a greater awareness of the disease or problems in the work community, especially among the students and youth to be approached with educational programs

How will you benefit from volunteering in this program?

You will discover more about yourself which will definitely help you in making many vital decisions

You will experience a true and pure culture of a different kind in this same world

You will enhance on your knowledge on life, society, care the HIV/AIDS disease and its effect on people.

You will be proud of yourself for doing something very positive in your own means to better the life of someone.

It shall be such a great adventure and break

It will definitely be something new for you which you shall keep and treasure with passion

An opportunity to acquire knowledge for educating your peers back home about the disease.

Safaris In Tanzania
Safari, in Kiswahili, simply means “journey”, but it has now become a synonym for an African wildlife adventure.

Our partner organization in Tanzania arranges a 5-day camping safari to Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro and Serengeti National Park for volunteers.
Transportation is in a land cruiser with maximum 4 other volunteers, so everyone has a window seat.

You will camp in a spacious tent with beds and access to toilet and shower, clean drinking water and 3 meals a day.

The safari staff includes a professional guide, cook and crew in charge of practical tasks and safety at the campsites. All vehicles have VHF radios.
The safari starts and ends in Arusha.

The cost of this 5-day Camping Safari is 850 USD or its $170 USD per person per day.

You will also be asked to tip the cook and driver at the end of the trip, 5 USD per day to the cook, 10 USD per day to the driver.

Included in this fee
• Entrance fees.
• Full board and accommodation.
• Driver and guide in a 4�-4 vehicle.
• Game drives.
• Extra bottle of water daily.
• Visit to a Maasai village in Ngorongoro, on the way to Serengeti
• Visit to Olduvai Gorge in Ngorongoro.
• Government taxes.

Not included in the fee
• Extras at campsites i.e. drinks, telephone, laundry etc.
• Tips to the driver and cook.

If the start dates for the safari do not fit with your volunteer work stay, the coordinator can arrange a break in your volunteer job, so you can return to work after the safari.



Typical Day


For medical placement

Orientation
On the first day of the project, you will be given an extensive orientation to familiarize you with your new surroundings. You will be informed of local customs and how to get around using public transportation. A project co-coordinator will also meet you to explain your role as a volunteer. The orientation will cover all the relevant information about your project, including safety issues. An individual timetable will be worked out for you based on how much time you want to commit to volunteering.
Internship work
In the internship, you will select a particular area of interest related to medical / healthcare issues and explore the issue further with the help of an assigned supervisor. Please note: the project supervisor DOES NOT develop internships as this is up to the intern to get as much or as little out of their projects.

Job responsibilities of interns joining a medical internship in Tanzania (or to somewhere else where we operate) vary with education, skills, experience, and qualifications. Interns are not allowed to perform diagnoses or surgical operations.


Medical Interns / Volunteers’ will work with a HIV/AIDS outreach clinic conducting home-based care to people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. The homecare will include counseling to the caretakers and distributing medication and food supplies to people suffering with HIV or AIDS. Other duties will depend on which projects the organization is working on when the volunteer is there. Volunteers will sometimes be required to visit a branch office.

Volunteers in the HIV/AIDS program will devote their time taking care of HIV/AIDS infected children and people while getting them engaged in various educational activities designed to increase their awareness of the disease in hopes of their dissemination of the information to others in hopes of ultimately stopping and preventing the epidemic of HIV/AIDS in Tanzania. This project is open to any volunteers who are willing to share their love, time, and compassion with the HIV/AIDS infected/affected patients.

For Orphanage care
Volunteers will be responsible for playing games with the children, some low-level teaching, helping the staff with chores and general running of the Orphanage.

Volunteers are encouraged to bring resources such as Art materials and games if they wish.

Age range, type of group


Any age starting from 16+yrs

Sleeping and meals


Volunteer Accomodation
Considering the fact that hotels and guesthouses can be expensive for volunteers especially those wanting to stay for longer periods, we work on a program where we place our volunteers in a home stay where they live with a local family or a volunteer house with other International volunteers (please note that spaces in the volunteer house are very limited and can only accommodate 18-20 people at once).

The volunteer house is a large one, Western-style house with 10- bedrooms (all shared accommodations with bunk beds).

Bathrooms in each apartment with Western-style toilets and hot water for showers. The house is safe and secure, with a security guard and a large gate. In the volunteer house, there is a cook who cooks the meals for the volunteers.

For the home stays, we give that family money from your fee for support, food and board. It is exciting to stay with a family; that way you will learn the Tanzanian way of life, meet local people, eat local food and engage in local customs and traditions. Living is basic but all the home stays have electricity and running water and accommodate volunteers in SAFE and SECURE homes (some rural home stays may not have electricity or running water during times of drought). All home stays have been inspected thoroughly by our own local Tanzania staff and chosen because of their safety and security.

Do not worry about staying in a home stay��"we would not place you somewhere that is unsafe because it will give us a bad reputation.

Most volunteers here love their home stays and feel that they get a more authentic Tanzanian experience by staying there. Sometimes the power and water go out due to some technical problems, but this is for both the volunteer house and the home stays. In this event, we always make sure that we provide bucket of water for bath and toiletries.

Volunteers can expect to share a room with one or two other volunteers. While bedding is provided it is recommended that volunteers bring their own sleeping bag and mosquito nets for any trips away. Home stays are located in the town of Arusha and in the villages surrounding the country side of Arusha. Some home stays may be a 20-30 minute drive by public transport from the city centre.

Regardless of the tribe or culture your host family is from, they will be sure to give you a good Tanzanian treat and meals will be relatively varied. Bottled water is readily available in Tanzania and volunteers should budget approximately US$10 per week for this (3- litres per day). Breakfasts generally consist of Chai (tea), toast, cereal, fruit and mandazi (deep fried dough). A typical lunch can include meat and vegetables with rice, sandwiches and fruit while dinner usually sees traditional food such as ugali, chapatti and boga accompany the meat and vegetables.

Breakfast is taken in the morning, then, lunch, which is served at about 1 pm (or you can take a packed lunch if you wish to eat at your project) and then dinner/supper served at 6 or 7pm.

If you have special eating needs, please let us know ahead of time so that we can make arrangements for you. However, we need to stress the point that you should not expect to eat as you normally do at home. We will do our best to see that you are well taken care of, but also as a volunteer, there is a need to be flexible.

Orientation
On the first day of the volunteering placement, the volunteers will be escorted to the project and introduced to the staff at the project you will be working with.

Orientation will be conducted by staff in Arusha and cover everything you need to know for your volunteering placement in Tanzania��"Introduction to Tanzania, Tanzanian customs, basic language training (Swahili), rules and expectations, safety, travel opportunities in Tanzania and Introduction to your project and placement.

The orientation will also give you a chance to meet other volunteers and swap contact details for weekend traveling and socializing. During the weekend, volunteers have spare time and usually just relax or take the opportunity to explore other parts of their local town and Tanzania in general.

Long weekends can be taken to go on safari or to travel further afield to places such as Zanzibar, Kenya or Uganda. If volunteers wish to work over the weekends they can join local teams and visit other orphanages.

experience working on these projects

HIV/AIDS counselor, support staff and/or educator
Volunteer's responsibilities
You offer care and support for HIV/AIDS infected children and people,
Engage in educational and training activities meant to increase awareness and stop the epidemic of HIV/AIDS in Africa.

Assist in vocational training for the HIV infected persons who have either lost their jobs or unemployed

Home and school visitation for the children who are rendered Orphans or vulnerable due the the direct and indirect effect of the HIV/AIDS on them

Other activities set out by the community based organization shall be among your responsibilities

Organizations who work on the HIV/AIDS problem have established different community outreach programs such as hospital care, recreational and educational programs, voluntary counseling and testing, and educational seminars and conferences on the virus within the local community. Volunteers help is very needy in all of these activities.

Policies & Restrictions


No smoke at work or inside the volunteer house

Rates


Tanzania volunteer program cost

Volunteer period Registration Fee USD $

Program Fee USD $ Total Cost USD $
Less than 1 week 200.00 100.00 300.00
1 Week 200.00 150.00 350.00
2 Weeks 200.00 200.00 400.00
3 Weeks 200.00 250.00 450.00
4 Weeks 200.00 300.00 500.00
5 Weeks 200.00 350.00 550.00
6 Weeks 200.00 400.00 600.00
7 Weeks 200.00 450.00 650.00
8 Weeks 200.00 500.00 700.00
9 Weeks 200.00 550.00 750.00
10 Weeks 200.00 650.00 850.00
11 Weeks 200.00 700.00 900.00
12 Weeks 200.00 750.00 950.00

What do my fees pay for?
Registration Fee (Refundable if you choose not to go) ��" 24/7 support from MICATZ staff, program marketing costs, information pack, administration costs, travel costs to inspect programs and communication costs with volunteers.

Program Fees cover
Airport pick up, orientation, t-shirt, program supervision, accommodation and meals during volunteer placement period, In-country 24/7 volunteer support and In-country administration costs.

Other Information


Safari Costs in Tanzania
There are two things we can guarantee about your trip:

It will not be cheap
It will be worth every penny.
The short primer below will give you an idea of what to expect. Also, take a look at our SAMPLE ITINERARIES to get a better feel for the prices.

On the budget end, spending about $150-190 per person per day of the safari is the right range. It’s a range because the exact price depends on the specific parks, group size, time of visit, and so on. If someone offers you a safari for substantially less than $100, they will either have to sponsor your trip themselves (rather unlikely), or they will just disappear with your money. This is because a park like Serengeti charges $50/person/day just for entry, and another $30 for basic camping. That’s $80/person/day, with no car, cooking, guide, or any other costs. And if you want to visit Ngorongoro, the fees just rose to $50/person and $200 per vehicle.

The grey area are the operators who offer $100/day, or so. Your safari will happen, but this price will often mean that the company is cutting costs. The cars may be unreliable, instead of three days inside a national park, you might get two and another day of just driving around; the driver and cook may get paid so little that they will be extorting tips from you the whole time. This type of economizing may save you some money but ruin your trip.

If you spent a day on the side of the road because the car broke down and the company didn’t supply a new one, was the saving really worth it?

Of course, on the more expensive side, there is really no limit to how much you can spend. There are plenty of posh lodges that will gladly allow you to part with $650 per day. But, if you don’t have that kind of cash, you can easily do a non-camping safari with lodges at about $250-$420usd/person/day.

If you would like more information on Camping/Lodge Safaris or Mount Kilimanjaro then contact us



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