Renovation of boys & girls toilets (Fixing walls, water system installation, sanitary appliance, wall painting etc.)
Health Education: Provide basic education on hygiene, sanitation and public health care to the Teenagers and Children in the school
Assist in organization of extracurricular activities after school hours (Sports, games, educational activities and help in home works).
Volunteers will be accommodate in a local school teachers’ residential houses. The house is a bit old but good enough to host a team of volunteers. They will be enough rooms for ladies and gents, shared toilet outside. No beds and volunteers will sleep on the mattresses on the floor. Water will be available as well electricity. Meals will be provided at the accommodation including vegetarians.
Jambiani is an old fishing village on the southeast coast of Zanzibar between Paje and Makundichi. Jambiani has a laid back vibe with friendly local people who mix with tourists. The community has population of Jambiani has a strong seaweed culture with many farms dotting the coastline and employing a good number of locals, mainly women. Their main source of income is fishing and seaweed farming. Jambiani is a best destination in Zanzibar Island to get a good insight into the local way of life and everything is in walking distance. Project accommodation facility is just bordering the sea. Volunteers will be privileged to enjoy sea side every day. Other possibilities may include Exploring Zanzibar historical, natural and cultural sites. E.g. Local markets, stone town, enjoying wildlife and marine life. Jozani forest National Park, Blue safaris swimming, tour to small islands, variety of water sports, spice tour among many other options.
Child has been defined in different laws, policies and cultures. Tanzania child development policy define a Child as any person under the age of eighteen. Some studies have recorded that, this particular group in the society is spending more time in schools than home. In this context, physical environment of school buildings and grounds is therefore one of the key factor in the overall health, safety and security for Children staff, and visitors. Academic and personal development of Children are influenced by different factors including school facilities that are free of health and safety hazards that promote learning hence contribute to their bright future. This project is focusing on renovation of boys’ and girls’ toilets, make them accessible and improved hygiene. The project will connect Children, Teaching staff and non-teaching staff in cultural exchange, knowledge sharing and best practices in creating environment that promote healthy children for sustainable future.
Motivation and interest to do voluntary work
Interest to do work outdoor and do manual work
Interested to work with Children and young people (Teenagers)
Be open mind, interest on other cultures
Flexible and easy to adopt
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 boarder entry on arrival upon presentation of UVIKIUTA invitation letter.