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A video showing our volunteer programmes in Tanzania.
Read more about: Volunteering in Tanzania
More videos from Tanzania:
02:40Tanzania Country Director
The Country Director in Tanzania, Glory Matoi, talks about her role and the projects in her country.
03:08Human Rights in Tanzania
Volunteers from Ireland and Canada describe their time in Tanzania and a typical day at their Human Rights placement.
01:43Micro-finance in Tanzania
A volunteer from the US speaks about her Micro-finance placement and explains why she found her time in Tanzania so rewarding.
A Sports volunteer from the US talks about her time in Tanzania and how she spent her time at the Sports project.
02:01Micro-finance in Tanzania
Married couple, David and Sara from London, talk about their time on the Tanzania Micro-finance project.
02:10Care in Tanzania
British volunteer, Emma, explains why she chose top volunteer with Projects Abroad in Tanzania.
00:57Midwifery in Tanzania
Sophie explains how the midwifery project in Tanzania has contributed to her goal of becoming a midwife.
02:05Building in Tanzania
Eliza & Hollie describe their unique experience helping on a building project in Tanzania.
02:16Sports in Tanzania
A Sports volunteer describes his experience volunteering in Tanzania, including what he loves about working with the children.
A video portraying the views of both a Gap Year volunteer and the local Director of Care.
02:17Medicine - Surgeries and C-Sections
A medical volunteer speaks about observing operations, giving medication and her most memorable moments at hospital.
Two volunteers describe why they chose Tanzania, their typical day teaching English, Math and Geography to orphans.
A pre-med student speaks about how Projects Abroad staff have supported him throughout his stay, and the opportunities he's had volunteering at the hospital.
01:22Short-term Special Care
Volunteers from a Care 2-Week Special in Tanzania. The video introduces the volunteers and shows them teaching French to a class of students.