Tanzania

Peace Corps in Tanzania

There are more than 220 Volunteers in Tanzania working with their communities on projects in agriculture, education, and health. During their service in Tanzania, Volunteers learn to speak Swahili. More than 2,850 Peace Corps Volunteers have served in Tanzania since the program was established in 1961. 

Volunteers
Current: 220
To Date: 2850
Program Dates
1961-1969; 1979-present
Official Language
Swahili, English

Volunteer Openings in Tanzania

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Health Extension Volunteer

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Crop Extension Volunteer

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Agricultural Economics Volunteer

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"Fuata nyuki, ule asali." - Follow the bees so that you may eat honey.

Swahili Proverb
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Support Projects in Tanzania

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Contributions to the Tanzania Country Fund will support Volunteer and community projects that will take place in Tanzania.

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In the Northern region of Tanzania, the lack of various modes of expression is stunting the personal growth of the youth of Tanzania. Teachers stru...

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The secondary school is a co-ed public day school in the Iringa region of Tanzania. The school educates 350 students in ordinary level education; w...

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