If you want to make a difference and get amazing teaching experience working with kids in Tanzania, then this is the project for you!
You will be volunteering at one of the local school or nursery projects around Arusha, helping to teach and inspire young children aged between 3-15 years old.
Tanzania passed a law in 2002 that allows for the expulsion of pregnant schoolgirls for “offenses against morality” and “wedlock”, but women’s rights advocates have recently been urging the government to change the law.
Two weeks ago, Tanzania’s Vice-President Mrs Samia Suluhu called for young mothers to be readmitted to school, saying they should not be denied a right to education.
While there are corporates that restrict the use of social networking sites in the workplace citing reasons such as protection of privacy and productivity drain amongst other threats, there are indeed positives.
Weighing in on his debate, should the government soften its stance on access to social media platforms during office hours or enforce restrictions?
With 20% of Africa’s 1.1 billion-strong population now online, and 70% of internet users using mobile phones, the impact of applications is set to reverberate across social, political and economic spaces.Mobile applications are slowly transforming African society.Over the past few years, more and more Africans are turning to their mobile phones for services.At times you may be assisting the current teaching staff to prepare and run lessons, but as many of the projects are short staffed you may be asked to lead your own lessons, or work alongside another volunteer to deliver lessons.Teaching resources are available at your volunteer house and you can expect to prepare fun, stimulating lessons to engage the kids.