Educate the locals on family planning and its importance

Educate the locals on family planning and its importance

Unexpected and unplanned pregnancies is really affecting the youth. Pregnancy is a period that should be enjoyed along with all its ups and downs. To be able to enjoy this period you need to be prepared physically, emotionally andpsychologically. During pregnancy a lot happens to a woman’s body and she will need a strong loving partner to support her through it. We have seen young ladies who had to go through it alone just because the men who got them pregnant abandoned them. We have seen women struggle to pick themselves back up after being so torn up, having a baby is not easy and its even harder when its not planned. Lets help the youth prepare for a greater course , as we guide them through showing them that they can actually prevent these unnecessary abortions, that they can actually create families that aren’t separated. We are determined to spread the knowledge, As we take this upon ourselves to save lives in the cause of action. We intend to reach out to the youths in cities, towns, villages and slums one at a time leaving no stone unturned by engaging in public forums, debates and creating platforms where talking about sexual and reproductive health is not a taboo making it easy for youths to come forward and express themselves on their experience without the fear of being judged. We also intend to shade light on the faults in the health system using our platform whilst spreading awareness on the importance of family planning which saves the lives of women, newborns, children and teenage girls. It also reduces the burden on natural resources and the environment in general. As we work towards bringing this to life , LEAVE A MARK IN AFRICA welcomes you to join hands in this life changing program  which also intends to give counseling to the youth that have already been affected by poor decisions and poor family planning. You don’t need any previous experience

USD 350 per week

Key information

Duration 1 – 16 weeks

Program start on the 1 st 15 th of every month

Volunteer aged 18+

Bassed on Local Community


Volunteers are accommodated in a volunteers house with a host family. Volunteers can expect to share a room with 1 to 8 other volunteers of the same gender and volunteer house can accommodate upto 40 volunteers at a time . The volunteer house has running water and electricity but it’s important to note that there are often power outages which can sometimes affect the availability of hot water and power

Bedding is provided however you will need to bring your own towels and toiletries

In the volunteer house there is a cook who prepares meals and there is a security guard. The local team are also available throughout your stay at the house for support

If you would like to arrive a day earlier than your recommended arrival date or spend few extra nights after finishing your programs we can arrange extra night for accommodation for you for 30Usd per person, per night , meals included, subject to availability

If you would like to stay connected during your stay we recommend bringing an unlocked phone and purchasing a local SIM card when you arrive in Tanzania, the local team will assist you in purchasing the SIM card, you can also have access to WiFi at the volunteer house


Volunteers are served three meals per day , Breakfast generally consists of chai(tea), boiled egg or fried egg, toast,fruit, deep fried dough. A typical lunch can include meat and vegetables with rice and fruits while dinner usually sees traditional food such as ugali and chapati accompanied with meat and vegetables

Bottled water is available in Tanzania we recommend volunteers to budget at least 5usd per week to get 2litres of water daily

If you have any special dietary requirements please let us know so we can make arrangements for you

We guarantee that you would have the best of Tanzanian local dishes at the volunteer house


In your free time you can decide to venture out on a safari and see Africa’s big five lions elephants, buffaloes, leopards and rhinos as well as other mind blowing species that call Tanzania home

In Kilimanjaro itself you can take your time to learn about Chang’s tribes, or take a hike at Mt Kilimanjaro, there are also different waterfalls and hot springs close by

In Mwanza, you can take your time to engage in various water sports activities ,visit saa nane island, go fishing at Lake Victoria

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What’s required to visit Tanzania 

Mandatory COVID-19 test

Travelers must have a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR or NAAT test result. The test must be taken a maximum of 96 hours before departure to Tanzania.

Details and exemptions

This requirement does not apply to:
-Travelers in transit;
-Travelers aged 5 years and under.

Testing types



96 hours before departure

Nucleic Acid Test


96 hours before departure


For full details and exemptions, see

Republic of Tanzania

November 16, 2021

Quarantine may be required

Travelers will be required to take a COVID-19 rapid test on arrival. If they test positive, they will be required to quarantine for 14 days or more until they test negative using a RT-PCR test. Please see the source for more details.

Additional info

Temperature and health screening are required for all travelers on arrival in Tanzania.

Travel is allowed

Travelers are allowed to enter Tanzania. Please check the documentation, quarantine and/or testing requirements before traveling.



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