Remote internships are a fantastic opportunity if you can't easily travel internationally, but you still want to work with a foreign organization! With this remote internship you will not only support Tanzanian teachers in planning and designing their lessons, but gain exciting intercultural teaching and learning experiences at the same time.
Remote internship "Microfinance" in Tanzania without traveling! You will communicate online with your internship supervisor from a Tanzanian NGO that offers business training and advice for small savings groups (Village Community Banks) in the Kilimanjaro region. Part-time and full-time are possible!
Virtual internship "Law - including human rights and women's rights". This is a remote internship that you can do from home without travelling. You will communicate online with your professional internship supervisor, a lawyer from a Tanzanian law firm or NGO. Full-time and part-time internship are possible, so you can also do it simultaneously to your studies or job! Minimum duration 2 weeks.
Are you interested in journalism & media in Africa? Even without travelling, you can do a remote internship with a Tanzanian newspaper, radio station, television production company or journalists association and improve your knowledge about East Africa, its the media landscape and journalism. The internships are possible part-time or full-time.
The projects help to improve the quality of life of children and adolescents with mental and physical disabilities and their families. They provide educational opportunities as well as various therapy services. Volunteer placements are possible in the areas of special education, remedial education as well as in physiotherapy and occupational therapy.
Join our environmental conservation camp in Tanzania! At the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro and amidst of the stunning nature you will help to reforest the Kilimanjaro region, support the local farmer community and participate in environmental education workshops for children and youth at local schools. Help to promote a sustainable use of nature and the forests in the Kilimanjaro region!
In many African societies, women and children are discriminated against and are denied even basic human rights. Furthermore, they are often disadvantaged in legal matters. In Moshi/Kilimanjaro, we are working with several organizations that provide support, knowledge about income generation, health education and legal advice to women, children and disadvantaged minorities.