As we are a locally registered charitable tour organization, we highly depend on charity & voluntary works. We offer several areas to support the community and every action is most welcome.

SPONSOR A CHILD

Tunajali Tanzania appreciates the importance of education, therefore we are connecting children of poor families to people willing to sponsor their education.

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WONDO PRIMARY SCHOOL

Wondo primary school was established in 1975 within Materuni village.

The school has 70 local students ranging from 3-5 years old (kindergarten) 6-14 years old (primary).

The school and its pupils need your support to tackle several issues: lack of food, equipment, and infrastructure. 

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MSASANI PRIMARY SCHOOL

Msasani Primary School is located in Moshi district council at a village called Kindi Msasani only 5.6 kilometers away from Moshi town. The school is a government owned and it was established in 2007 by the parents and the donors (volunteers from Germany and England).

Currently the school has 200 students from kindergarten to standard seven.

The school and its pupils need your support to tackle the lack of equipment and infrastructure. 

ONE PIG PROJECT

We are offering the possibility to tourists who are travelling or have travelled with Tunajali Tanzania to buy a pig. This pig will be allocated to one woman who will look after it. Once the pig delivers piglets, she can keep one and give the other to fellow women.

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MATERUNI VILLAGE CLINIC

The Materuni Village Clinic was officially opened in 2017.  As there was a need for medical service.

There is one doctor on service, which is supported by two nurses. The clinic is facing several issues, including material shortage.

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PLAN FOR SPONSORED TRAINING PROGRAM

Tunajali Tanzania cordially welcomes sponsors to move forward with the training of local people who are willing to become tourist guides. We do believe that having local people who are well trained and equipped will enable them to properly share their cultural values with the tourists who are visiting this unique cultural paradise.

Interested to help? Please contact us via “get in touch” below  and we’re more than happy to provide you with further details. Thank you so much in advance – asante sana!