Animal Welfare in Tanzania

Animal Welfare in Tanzania

Price From: 499 USD


Operator: Love Volunteers

Price From:  499 USD

Program duration: 2 weeks

Work with local communities in Arusha to educate and raise awareness about animal abuse and proper care of dogs and cats. Volunteers can work both in the community and with the animals in the shelter for a wonderful well-rounded experience.




What to expect:

Volunteers on the animal welfare project could work on initiatives such as designing different animal welfare projects, seeking internal and external donors and applying for grants, present reports to donors, plans and implement fundraising activities, work on marketing materials and educating children in schools on animal welfare. There is something for everyone and all contributions are welcomed. Volunteers will contribute in a number of ways on this program and can expect to undertake some of the following tasks: Provide day to day care to dogs and cats (playing with, caring for and walking dogs) Design animal welfare education programs Write marketing materials Work on fundraising campaigns and initiatives Educate children in schools on animal welfare

Country Fast Facts

Country Fast Facts


Flag Flag_of_Tanzania.svg (1)
Continent: Africa
Official Language(s) Swahili, English
Capital: Dodoma
Population 51,820,000 (2014 estimate)
Climate(s) Equatorial, Monsoon, Tropical Savanna, Warm Desert, Warm Semi-arid, Humid subtropical, Temperate Oceanic, Temperate Mediterranean
Major Airport(s): Dar es Salaam (DAR), Kilimanjaro (JRO), Zanzibar (ZNZ)
Economic Driver(s): Agriculture, Mining, Energy, Trade



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