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Old Moshi Road / Kanisa RoadArusha, TZ


African Court on Human and People’s Rights This continental court was established in 1998 by African countries to ensure protection of human and people’s rights. The protocol came into force in 2004 and to date 27 states have ratified the protocol. The court is composed of eleven judges and has its seat in Arusha. Volunteers and interns can gain practical working experience and develop skills in areas of relevance to their careers. They have to be registered in or have graduated from a recognized academic institution. Pippi House

Pippi House is a safe house for girls who are homeless, from poor families, orphans, commercial sex workers, were forced into marriage and abused. The foundation is providing accommodation, food and education for around 20 girls, some of them with their babies. By educating the girls, they educate the nation of the future, because the girls will teach their own children again. The house owns a small garden and chicken to provide additional food and a shop where the girls sell small good and learn how to take responsibility. Pippi House is looking for volunteers who can teach English, Arts and Mathematics, plan fun and socially beneficial activities, help cooking and teach basic computer skills and health education. They should be sensitive and patient as some of the girls have endured horrific circumstances in their lives.


KIWAKKUKI is a Kiswahili acronym (Kikundi cha Wanawake Kilimanjaro Kupambana na UKIMWI) for Women Against AIDS in the Kilimanjaro region. Founded in 1990 around the theme of World AIDS Day "Women and AIDS", formally registered as an NGO July 1995 and complied with the NGO Act.24/2002 in February 2011. KIWAKKUKI works in all the 7 Districts of the Kilimanjaro Region where it is now considered the leading HIV/AIDS service provider. It is a women membership organization with 5460 women and about 133 men as honorable members in the groups and employees. The uniqueness of KIWAKKUKI is how women from different villages and households in Kilimanjaro Region formed groups and joined together and in one constitution.


The Tanzania Women Research Foundation (TAWREF) was formed in 2010 by a group of experienced researchers and community interventionists. TAWREF is a national organization whose engagement is to conduct evidence based interventions informed by research by using community driven interventions that transform the lives of marginalized population particularly children, youth and women. Marginalization could be caused by abject poverty, impact of diseases such as HIV and AIDS, orphan hood, disabilities and other causes leading to stress and trauma.


  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Adult Education
  • Crisis Intervention
  • English
  • Youth Services

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Teens People 55+ Group

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