BTN is an association founded in Spain and registered in Tanzania in 2011 with the aim of providing free and bilingual education (English and Swahili) to the most disadvantaged groups in Tanzania to contribute to its development. The NGO is located in Mvuleni, a small village in the Kilimanjaro region. In order to provide the most complete education possible, the NGO finances and supervises the education of 30 children who study different primary and secondary courses in other schools in the region.
This project is focused on guaranteeing free quality primary scholarship with the necessary infrastructure and equipment, as well as covering basic needs in school, food, health and hygiene.
The project foresees that each boy and girl who starts school has a place to complete their primary education and that each year a new class of preschool is integrated with twenty-five new additions.
The mission of Naimeya is promoting the volunteer programs of local NGOs from South America, Africa and Asia through an international volunteer platform where their projects are exposed. The main goal of Naimeya is to orient each person towards the program that fits his/her profile, background and experience.
Naimeya is an international volunteering association based in Spain and founded in 2012. Naimeya collaborates with differents NGOs from around the world that are seeking volunteers who can help them maintain and improve their projects in the fields of education, orphanages, environment conservation, health, sports, women empowement and community development.