Tanzania | Onderwijs en kunst

Samen met 7 andere vrijwilligers ga je voor 19 dagen naar een onderwijs en kunstproject.
Het project duurt van 9 t/m 28 december.

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Let op: naast het inschrijfgeld betaal je ter plekke nog een lokale bijdrage van EUR 250.
a) Community Service (Hands-on activities): Planting tree is a great way to help sequester carbon emissions. Selected native trees species will be selected; this helps to preserve the environment and biodiversity. Planting will take place in the eco-village, Public places, school locations and other protected biodiversity sites. By planting trees during this volunteers will be helping Provide wildlife habitats & support biodiversity, Nutrition through fruits and medicinal plants, Plant native Tanzania/Coastal trees, Enhance the natural landscape, and offset CO2 emissions. b) SDGs Education and awareness: This activity aims to inform Volunteers, community members and all targeted about Sustainable development goals, mobilize great support for action for SDGs grassroots participation and providing tools to engage critically with global development issues to foster ideas and change attitudes. This will be implemented through workshops, debates, discussions, educational tours, community events, sports and other creative arts and music events. c) What you should bring for project activities: Working shoes and cloths, gloves, Pencils and note books for writing stories and other activities, Digital Camera for recording different events, Hut and scarf to protect from sun and You may wish to collect some used sport and game equipment’s from friends, family and local gyms in your community or city which might be useful during the project.
ACCOMMODATION a) Type of accommodation  Volunteers will be accommodated at Youth accommodation  Basic accommodation facilities will be provided.  Expect to share rooms with other volunteers from the same or other projects. (No mix of different sex in the rooms).  Participants relatives and friends can visit or staying over upon special approval. b) What you should bring for your accommodation (Very important)  Towels  Mosquito repellent c) Toiletries: Non-scented items are best because they do not attract insects. Zip-lock bags; Soap and shampoo; Sunscreen; Toothbrush and toothpaste; Comb and /or brush; Nail clippers; For women: sanitary napkins or tampons; For men: razor, shaving cream and blades; d) Health / Personal First aid kit: Best to store in strong, plastic bag and to keep dry and clean. Small supply of: disinfectant, Band-Aids, gauze and adhesive tape, calamine lotion, insect repellent, throat lozenges, pain killer, anti-acid, extra pair of prescription glasses, if available, and any on-going medication. FOOD: a) Trying a variety of foods from other cultures is part of UVIKIUTA’s philosophy for an authentic experience in Tanzania, and may be both fun and challenging. Food on our projects generally reflects the local cuisine. Some foods that are part of a regular diet at your home country may not be available during the project. b) Vegetarians are accommodated and veg meals will be available. However volunteers with more specific dietary requirements may need to supplement the included meals at their own expense. c) Participants with food allergies (e.g., nuts) must inform us about the existence and severity of the allergy. d) Three meals per day are provided to the Participants at the accommodation. e) Meals on transit between airports and to/from Project, during tourism or outside designated project area are Participants responsibility. f) No reimbursements will be made for participant who misses their included meals. g) We will have permanent support staff to help in the kitchen. However Participants are expected to give hand in meals preparations, dish washing, kitchen and dining room cleaning. h) Clean water will be provided. We will not pay for bottled water if is going to be your preference. Kindly bring with you a water bottle.
LOCATION: The project is located in the outskirts of Dar es Salaam City (about 30km to the South). The community can be accessible by both public and private transportation. Basic facilities like convenience shops, Local markets, hospital, Police station, and recreational/Social facilities are available. Participant who loves nature and walking will perfectly enjoy this location of the project. FREE TIME AND LEISURE! a) When is your free time?  Break hours during working days  Saturdays, Sundays and Public holidays  You may wish to arrive earlier before the project or stay longer after to enjoy the most of what this country offer. b) What are the possibilities  Dar es salaam tour: Museums, Beach and historical/cultural sites  Overnight in Bagamoyo town (Swimming, historical site seen and eco-tourism)  Overnight in Mikumi National Park (2 days, one night safari viewing animals as well Masai cultural tourism, Selous game reserve (Wild life safari including camping safari, walking safari among many other options).  Selous game reserve etc.
The Project context: The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), otherwise known as the Global Goals, are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. These 17 Goals build on the successes of the Millennium Development Goals, while including new areas such as climate change, economic inequality, innovation, sustainable consumption, peace and justice, among other priorities. The goals are interconnected – often the key to success on one will involve tackling issues more commonly associated with another. The SDGs work in the spirit of partnership and pragmatism to make the right choices now to improve life, in a sustainable way, for future generations. They provide clear guidelines and targets for all countries to adopt in accordance with their own priorities and the environmental challenges of the world at large. Grassroots ownership of the SDGs is one of the factors which will lead to the desired results. In this regard, awareness creation forms part of change-oriented communication in which all the sustainable development goals (SDGs) and target are communicated to community groups in response to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. In responding to this, volunteers will become stimulated to contribute their own ideas and energies, thus contributing to live debates on sustainable issues. This will be realized through community events, interactive sessions on the SGDs and their targets, capacity building for community stakeholders and dialogue with local Government authorities in relations to SDGs and the targets.
This project is suitable for a person who is open minded, flexible, ready to learn and adopt to other cultures, interested in physical/outdoor activities, interest and knowledgeable on global development issues, ability to work under less supervision and minimum resources.
Most countries will need visa to stay in the country. Volunteers need to apply for a business visa which is valid for 90 days and cannot be extended. This visa can be obtained at the airport on arrival and other entry boarders. Official invitation letter from UVIKIUTA is required.

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Aantal vrijwilligers

8 (3 mannen en 5 vrouwen)


16 t/m 99 jaar

Lokale bijdrage

€ 250


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