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Sukarela, latihan dan safari bertanggungjawab di Tanzania, Afrika Timur

Seni di Tanzania adalah pertubuhan bukan kerajaan yang berdaftar * di Tanzania , Zanzibar , Finland dan di Ethiopia sebagai Seni di Ethiopia . Organisasi ini bermula pada tahun 2001 menyokong artis-artis tempatan yang tidak mempunyai sumber-sumber untuk mengembangkan bakat mereka. Sejak itu, organisasi ini telah berkembang dan kini mengendalikan lebih daripada 300 sukarelawan dan latihan penempatan di Tanzania bersama label rekod, rekod Mzuka dan Fiesta Majalah , sebuah majalah tahunan yang mensasarkan belia Tanzania. Seni di Tanzania mengalu-alukan sukarelawan dan pelatih untuk menyertai dalam projek-projek komuniti dan juga menganjurkan program kembara seperti safari dan mendaki Gunung Kilimanjaro. Seni di Tanzania adalah sebahagian daripada UNICEF Kanak-kanak Agenda Tanzania program dan sukarelawan dan pelatih yang diperlukan untuk membantu kami dalam pengurusan program dan pelaksanaan. Seni di Tanzania menerima sukarelawan dan pelatih dari seluruh dunia. Terdapat projek-projek sukarelawan dan pelatih dalam bidang Ed ucation, pendidikan Dewasa, S kerja ocial , M edical dan Kesihatan , S ocial media , A rts & Muzik , S pelabuhan kejurulatihan , dan HIV / AIDS kesedaran. Seni di Tanzania mempunyai penempatan di Dar Es Salaam , Moshi di Kilimanjaro , Karatu dan, Masai Tanah di N'gorongoro , Serengeti dan Zanzibar. Terdapat kira-kira 1,000 sukarelawan dan pelatih yang tiba setiap tahun, dan pada satu-satu masa terdapat sekitar 100 orang di negara. Pasukan sokongan termasuk 100 kakitangan, kedua-dua pegawai dagang dan kakitangan tempatan. Bayaran oleh sukarelawan dan pelatih membiayai projek-projek jangka panjang organisasi, termasuk muzik dan projek-projek seni, pembinaan Pusat Belia Bagamoyo, Madale / Klinik AIDS HIV dan nurseri dan sekolah rendah di Masai Tanah. Anda juga boleh mengambil bahagian tempahan untuk kami safari pelancongan atau mendaki Gunung Kilimanjaro program. Dengan tempahan perjalanan anda melalui Seni Di Tanzania anda akan mempunyai pengalaman seumur hidup dan anda akan menyediakan pembiayaan untuk menyokong komuniti Tanzania tempatan. Misi kami Untuk menggalak k an pembangunan daripada k omuniti yang paling terdedah di Tanzania walaupun programprogram pendidik an, seni, k esihatan dan pemuliharaan alam sek itar, membangunk an perk ongsian dengan NGO tempatan dan dengan sok ongan suk arelawan antarabangsa yang membantu pembiayaan program k ami http://artintanzania.org/en/about 1/2

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Sukarela, latihan dan safari bertanggungjawab di Tanzania, Afrika Timur

manak ala yang mempunyai pengalaman yang bermak na. * Sebuah pertubuhan bukan kerajaan (NGO) adalah sebuah organisasi yang tidak adalah sebahagian daripada kerajaan dan tidak diasaskan oleh negeri. NGO biasanya organisasi bukan keuntungan yang mendapat sebahagian atau kesemua pembiayaan dari sumber swasta. Palang Merah dan Bulan Sabit Merah Gerakan adalah kumpulan terbesar di dunia NGO kemanusiaan. Seni di Tanzania mendapat semua wangnya dari sukarelawan dan magang sumber swasta. Bayaran-bayaran ini membiayai projek-projek jangka panjang organisasi, termasuk sebagai contoh pembinaan Pusat Belia Bagamoyo, Madala HIV / Aids-Klinik dan nurseri dan sekolah rendah di Masai Tanah. Anda dialu-alukan untuk bertemu kami di gerai kami di Dunia di Pesta Kampung di Helsinki

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