Conserve Environment with Community Developmet Activities

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FEid- Fertile Environment for Imperishable Development

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  • Work together with the organization's project officer to develop and implement programs, lectures and seminars geared at raising awareness on environmental conservation issues and Natural resource management. These sessions and activities would take place in Arusha Region in Tanzania mainland including visits to village communities and schools.

Each presentation is targeted at the conservation issues at that particular location. Presentations at different sites are both in theory and practice (whenever possible).

For example, schools may require school ground clean-ups, tree planting tasks in the school yards, constructing tippy taps, local rocket stoves etc. These projects may include a small reward for the student or group of students that accomplish the most in their conservation tasks.

  • Take session about food waste control from our professional food security officer before delivering knowledge to the community and learn about painting, this will be Learning environmental friendly paintings in the natural them living garden in the center of the City.

  • Work with different communities and partner organizations in Arusha, like preparing meetings with the village, village government about natural resource management (Planting trees, constructing tippy-taps, local rocket stoves) health (How to stay health and avoid diseases) and food security (Proper food storages-prevent waste of food and their advantages) before hosting local ceremony after completion of their project with the assistant of the project director.


Induction Days and Prepare Presentations

Once volunteer arrive, they will meet organization official and have induction seminar about the organization and all brief about the project. Then second works with the project coordinator of the organization is to have the plan of everything that to be done during the whole stay, determine which communities most need environmental conservation assistance. Then the volunteer works on preparing presentations according to the needs of the targeted communities, raising awareness and other natural resource management activities.

School, village and community Presentations

Volunteers will work with the coordinator of the organization to develop and implement environmental education presentations and projects for schools, villages and communities requiring conservation knowledge. The organization's staff will first consult personnel in these schools, villages and communities to determine if they are agreeable to such arrangements and if so what school grades and number of people would be involved so that the presentations could be directed at the right grade and age level.

Organize Prizes for Students

Volunteers may work with the organization's staff to determine if some type of reward or prize could be given to the student or group of students that accomplished the best success on their assignment. This encourages the students to learn fast and pay attention during their presentation training.

Community Presentations

Volunteers may be asked to visit rural villages, (with staff members of the organization) especially the villages near park reserves and catchment areas and discuss environmental awareness issues and conduct some natural resource management activities lie Planting trees, constructing rocket stoves and tippy-taps that are pertinent to that location with the people and perhaps some possible approaches to solutions in the problem areas.


Volunteers will get chance to learn how to paint different wild animals, Tanzania cultural pictures in general by using environments friendly painting facilities in the one of the best natural living garden with quiet and fresh air in Arusha, with Tanzanian local lunch every time they attend the project site.


Wildlife Exploration

Tanzania is home to some of the world’s most famous national parks, perfect for spotting the Big 5 of African wildlife. One of the highlights of an African safari is to experience the annual migration of an estimated two million wildebeest (joined by hundreds of thousands of zebra and Thomson’s gazelles) across the Serengeti in Tanzania and the Maasai Mara in Kenya. You can view this spectacular seasonal event by land, air or both!

Hikes and Camping Trails

A popular reason for many international visitors to Tanzania is the Lake Victoria, magnificent Mount Kilimanjaro, which stands at a whopping 5895 meters. For the very fit and brave at heart you can embark on a journey to the peak of Africa. There are also Kili Day Hikes for those who may be short of time and just want to get a taste of the climb.

You won’t reach the peak but will climb to the first camp at 2720 meters. Hot spring camping trips are also a big adventure at Lake Chala where you can go camping beside some natural hot springs or at the lake shores.

Volunteer Group Activities

There are always fun things going on at the volunteer house, or in the local area. You could be involved in games evenings, overnight camping, obstacle courses, quizzes or movie nights. You’ll also have free time to explore Moshi town or attend some other activities on offer such as dance lessons, aerobic classes, trivia nights and visit the many delicious restaurants.

Zanzibar Island

For some sun, sea and sand take a trip to the tropical island paradise of Zanzibar, just off the coast of Tanzania. Zanzibar offers endless opportunities for marvelous snorkeling experiences, forest excursions and sipping cocktails while relaxing to some reggae beats. It is only one hours flight from Mount Kilimanjaro.

Note: During the free time the volunteer will do whatever he/she wants to do. It's not mandatory.

  • Water Sports
  • Swimming
  • Concert/Music
  • Climbing
  • Safari/Zoo
  • Hiking
  • Museum/Opera
  • Sports
Our project Fee A volunteer has to pay 450 $ for 4-5 weeks per person. Fee includes:
  • Accommodation throughout your entire stay at our volunteer home
  • 3 delicious meals a day cooked by chefs from the local community
  • Airport pick-up and drop-off by the FEid team
  • Experienced international and local staff members who live and work alongside you every day
  • A full induction, orientation and training session to ensure you can contribute sustainably
  • All necessary project equipment and resources you’ll need on the ground
Our project fee excludes:
  • Flights to your chosen destination, but we can guide you on this
  • Medical or travel insurance
  • Visa-related costs
  • Weekend trips or tours, or any other non-project activity
  • Snacks, soft drinks, gifts or souvenirs
  • Laundry
  • WiFi - it’s pretty good if you buy local mobile chip

Details on Arrival

Arrival will be at Kilimanjaro International Airport.
Available time depends on the flights schedule.

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About FEid- Fertile Environment for Imperishable Development


Chekereni, Moshono, Arusha, Arusha 002255, TZ

Mission Statement

To promote the conservation of the environment and community development activities


We are Non-Government organization registered in Tanzania, called Fertile Environment for Imperishable Development (FEid) with registration number ooNGO/00009959. We are dealing with environment conservation and promoting community development activities in Tanzania Mainland. We established different projects which help to save food, Stop Hunger and Raise peoples Income with other community development projects in Tanzania.we work with national and International organization through the long term partnership established between us. we believe volunteers plays greater role in making impacts in the communities that we work with that the reason we give first priority to national and international volunteers to work with us towards sustainable development.


Sat Nov 02, 2019 - Sun Feb 02, 2020
09:45 AM - 02:45 PM  


MoshonoArusha, 02255Tanzania



  • General Education
  • Environmental Education
  • Public Relations
  • Administrative Support
  • Resource Development / Management
  • Project Management


  • Group


  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 4 Weeks Minimum time, volunteer are free to do other activities after the official working time which is 9:45 to 2:45
  • English Language

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