Tanzania empowers educational programs in the village nurseries and primary and secondary schools and runs adult vocational training activities in Tanzania. The Art in Tanzania Educational program maintains compliance with the Children’s Agenda approach implemented by a coalition including UNICEF and Save the Children, among others. The adult vocational training program’s focal point is local women. The program also includes classes for children living with disabilities. Participants are specifically needed to cover subjects for which the schools’ abilities to provide education are weak. Areas of development include English, arts and music, mathematics, and physical education. Interns raise awareness for HIV/AIDS, health, and hygiene subjects. Debate-based English training is a trendy subject. Although tools in the classrooms are scarce, and the number of pupils in the school can be over 40, energetic and innovative educators are much needed. Grow, learn, and discover a new part of yourself through our exciting and authentic African experience.


School-age education

Visit primary and secondary schools in the local community, teach subjects such as maths, English, arts and music, and physical education, work one-on-one with individual students and as a whole class teacher, and help make a massive difference in the lives of children in Tanzania.

Adult education

Work with adults in the local community, work with women who lack basic skills such as maths, and engage with village people in the debate-based English classes where you will discuss exciting topics and help improve their English.

Orphanage assistance

Visit the local orphanage, help with primary education, play with the children, bring energy and fun to their days, and make real connections to those in society who need it most.