Tanzania | Natuur en sociaal

Steek je handen uit de mouwen tijdens een groepsproject in Tanzania. Dit project vindt plaats van 16 t/m 29 februari en biedt ruimte aan 8 deelnemers in de leeftijd van 16 t/m 99 jaar. Jouw werkzaamheden richten zich op natuur.

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Let op: naast het inschrijfgeld betaal je ter plekke nog een lokale bijdrage van € 250.

 Conservation of water sources through tree planting
 Establishment and management of community tree nursery (herbs and indigenous trees);
 Renewable energy (construction and installation of demonstration energy saver stoves- the stoves are designed in a very simple technology and will be installed in few homes as a demonstration for the community to adapt);
 Environmental education and awareness through various participatory methods like workshop presentations, debates in schools, sports, Arts, Craft, Music etc.
 Educational activities (Study Part): The study part will be divided in four folds; the big picture to understand why do we need to be developing sustainable communities, listening to nature and celebrating life; Ecological: bio-regionalism, local food and organic farming; Social:-community living, diversity and building communication skills; Economic:-understanding the global versus local argument, analyzing ecological footprint.

Local residential house in the village. Clean running water, electricity will be available. Rooms will be shared with mattress on the floor. Food will be provided at the accommodation for the entire period of the project. Vegetarian meals will be available.

The word “Marangu” means a place with too many water streams. It is one of the most popular places in Tanzania. Located at the foot of Africa’s tallest mountain, the quaint village of Marangu offers fascinating insight into both modern Tanzanian life and into the lives of the Chagga people who once withstood vicious Masai raids through the ingenious use of tunnels. Many Marangu residents are farmers growing bananas, vegetables and coffee. However, the biggest source of income is tourism. The Marangu route is the most popular hiking route in Africa. The fact and reality of Marangu makes this place to be accessible with all social, economic and security facilities. You will not regret to be in Marangu, Kilimanjaro.
Being in Northern Tanzania known as the capital of cultural, natural and tourist attraction you will have a good number of options:-
 Cultural & Eco tourism around Chagga communities in Kilimanjaro, Masai in Arusha and the neighboring regions.
 Hiking- there is a possibility of Hiking in Kilimanjaro mountain nature forest
 Wild-life safari – Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara and Tarangire National parks
 Mountain Climbing- (Mount Kilimanjaro, Meru and others.)
 Water side relaxation: Lake Chala, water falls etc.

Climate change is a topic that is become popular these days due to its importance. Climate change is contribute with different factors on which human activities are play key part. This project is focusing on complex question; whether we can conserve nature and culture hence design sustainable communities for our future.

Marangu is a community gifted with natural attraction like forest, water sources and water falls, landscapes, green vegetation throughout the year etc. However the nature has been significantly affected by human activities. Most families still maintain traditional style of cooking their meals on the ground in the house over an open flame. As a traditional house usually has only one room, the whole house is filled with the smoke before and after meals. The smoke is thick and stays in the house as only a little hole in the roof allows for ventilation. As a result, acute respiratory and eye diseases are a significant problem for mostly women and children. Additionally, this form of cooking requires large amount of firewood, which puts pressure on the Mount Kilimanjaro forest and thus a major contributor of forest destruction leading to climate change.

 Be comfortable working indoors and outdoors
 Willing to share leadership roles
 having a sense of adventure
 lover of nature and cultures
 Enjoying working with plants and around environmental sustainability topics

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.

Projectnaam

Climate change Actions

Projectcode

UV.STV-03B

Land

Soort werk

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Startdatum

16-2-2020

Einddatum

29-2-2020

Aantal vrijwilligers

8 (4 mannen en 4 vrouwen)

Leeftijd

16 t/m 99 jaar

Lokale bijdrage

€ 250

Taal

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