# Arts work: Volunteers will join local artists mostly those involve in painting and handcraft to exchange knowledge, skills and experiences in their working stations as well creating arts that speaks and raise awareness to the development issues.
# Local music and dancing class: Participate in composing music and practice traditional dancing with awareness messages
# Cleaning: Community and beach clean ups
#Local Youth Initiative: Helping local young people to improve art skills, producing quality products as we well help in marketing for their produce in supporting of their livelihood.
Accommodation will be at beach house. Volunteers will share rooms (2-4) people in one room, using mattresses laydown in the ground. Clean water will available. The house use generator to generate power. Our kitchen-volunteer staff will be available to prepare meals however, each volunteer will be required to help in meals preparation. Vegetarian meals will be available.
Pemba Island, known as “The Green Island” in Arabic. (It is an island forming part of the Zanzibar archipelago lying within the Swahili cost in the Indian coast. With a land area of 988 square kilometers (it is situated about 50 kilometers to the north of Unguja, the largest island of the archipelago). The Island is accessible through fast ferries and flight from Zanzibar, Dar es Salaam and Tanga towns.
Volunteers are expected to take the opportunity to explore Pemba Island famous known as “spice Island”. It is gifted with various natural, cultural and touristic attractions. Some famous options include: –
# Ngezi Forest
# Vumawimbi beach
# Cultural and spice tour including Cloves farms
Pemba Island, known as “The Green Island” in Arabic. (It is an island forming part of the Zanzibar archipelago lying within the Swahili cost in the Indian coast. With a land area of 988 square kilometers (it is situated about 50 kilometers to the north of Unguja, the largest island of the archipelago). Pemba Island has a laidback vibe with friendly local people. The host community has a strong seaweed culture with many farms dotting the coastline and employing a good number of locals, mainly women. There is also a good number of local young artist in the Island making their living through arts, crafts, music, drama etc. This volunteer project is aiming to connect volunteers, young artist as well community members to raise awareness on various development issues especially those related to sustainable development goals and its sub topics.
# Interest in outdoor activities
# Interest to work around Arts and culture topics
# Skills or interest to learn arts, handcraft, music, dancing
# Motivation and interest to do voluntary work
# Interest to do work outdoors manual work including painting
# Interested to work with young people
# Be open minded, interested on other cultures
# Flexible and able to adopt easily
Non-Tanzanian volunteers are required to have business visa in order to join this project. Visa is available online and can be also obtained at the airport or other border of entry on arrival by presenting UVIKIUTA invitation letter.