Volunteer in Tanzania with Save The Future Foundation

Would you like to explore another country while giving back to the local community? Would you like to travel in Africa? Volunteer in Tanzania with Save the Future Foundation and fulfill both desires!

Tanzania contains three of Africa's seven natural wonders, the highest mountain peak in the country, and some of its deepest lakes. The country is home to a vast variety of birds and wildlife living in the world's most treasured national parks and game reserves. You'll go back in time as you experience the Maasai people, who retain their way of life and traditions that they have had for centuries.

Sadly, along with its beauty and mystery, Tanzania is a desperately poor country, with close to 70 percent of the population living in poverty. It is one of the least-developed countries in the world, and so suffers from problems common to the developing world. Problems like wealth inequality, malnutrition and a lack of education, health care and social injustice hurts children and women from poor families especially.

Many organizations and NGOs which are working to help these children and communities desperately needs volunteers more than ever. You can help solve these problems by teaching English, working in an orphanage, volunteering in a healthcare project, or promote HIV/AIDS awareness. The possibilities are endless.


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This is brief introduction to Swahili language with basic instruction about pronunciations and important words and phrases. The ability to communicate with Swahili language will enhance your experience.


Tourism And Adventure

While you are volunteering in Morogoro/Tanzania to make a difference and help others in need, you are also going to want to get out and explore the country. You might be wondering if you will have enough free time to enjoy yourself and engage in recreational activities while you are in Morogoro.

You will be happy to discover you will have plenty of free time in the evenings and on the weekends to sightsee and go on adventures. While Save The Future Foundation does not arrange activities during this time off, our local staff members and coordinators can provide priceless assistance in making appropriate arrangements for traveling in Morogoro.

Morogoro  as know for its beautiful Mount Uluguru Hiking and Climbing and  Mikumi National Park. This city offers a wide variety of cultural experiences, as it is home to major Tanzanian tribe: Waluguru. Waterfall at Uluguru Mountain, and Mikumi National  parks is abundant with wildlife. Local transport is an interesting experience with "Daladalas." These are 16-seat vans, which usually transport about 30 people and/or children and livestock at any given time.

A typical Morogoro experience is more rural than urban with abundant cultural sights and markets throughout this quaint city, where nature's borders and city limits are at times indistinguishable.

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We believe that relationships are key to solving problems. By connecting you to the women,children and people with the special needs at the center of poverty and childhood malnutrition, we will directly impact their lives.


Save The Future Foundation is a Non-Profit, a Non-Political and Non-Religious Organization. Registered under the Non-Governmental Organization Act, 2002. Registration No. 00NGO/R/073.Save The Future Foundation has its offices in Morogoro Municipality, in Tanzania, STFF is a short form of the name: "Save The Future Foundation"