Volunteer Tanzania Orphanage Project

Volunteer Tanzania Orphanage Project sometimes referred as Children’s home project has also seen a steady increase in the number of volunteers joining this projects. Orphanage in Tanzania lacks basic requirements. they have few teachers and the living conditions for these orphans are poor. Your participation in This Volunteer Tanzania Orphanage Project will help bring back a smile form these children which were taken away after the death of their parents. Most of the Orphans lost parents due to HIV/AIDS and a few of the orphans are also affected by the disease.

Volunteers need to understand that in our Volunteer Tanzania orphanage projects orphanages are a bit different from orphanages in other parts of the world. Because of the family-oriented culture, orphans stay with extended families, others with the neighbors and others stay alone. Usually, there very few orphans who stay at the orphanage centers overnight most of them come in the morning and leave in the evening.

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Volunteer Tanzania Orphanage Project, What to expect?

Most orphanage in Tanzania is consists of 60 children ranging in age from 5 to 15. During the school period, there is a nursery school program in the orphanage for the younger children of the orphanage and local village. Approximately 40 children in total will attend the nursery school, spread over two classrooms. If you sign for Volunteer Tanzania Orphanage Project you are expected to help teachers to do their lessons, drawings, sports, games and sometimes assist with the cleaning of the dormitories and clothes. In addition to this, they also help with the cooking of meals for the children.

Volunteers signing in Volunteer Tanzania orphanage project should expect the following task while and during their stay at the orphanage

  • Teach in one of our classes (we have four different classes at the moment).
  • Provide children with HIV / AIDS prevention education.
  • Provide first aid/medical help to children.
  • Perform home visits.
    Teaching the children about basic house holdings:
  • Cleaning of utensils.
  • Cooking.
  • Sweeping.
  • Bathing the children and wash their clothes.
  • Play with children.
  • Help us to create new ideas for the development of Faraja Orphanage.