Construction and Renovation Tanzania

Get involved in renovating local village schools and helping the students have better learning conditions.

This project supports schools in and around Monduli by restoring and renovating their infrastructure in order to create better learning conditions for the students. We also help the schools by providing learning facilities where and when needed. The projects include renovating libraries, and playgrounds, fixing school furniture, and anything else that might need a helping hand at the time!


In stock


Program Description

By participating in this social project, you will make a difference in the local community by supporting the students at these schools.

Your work may involve tasks where you will be able to help create a positive learning environment in the school. The project involves hard physical and manual labor, as you could be laying bricks, doing carpentry, painting, laying tiles, and landscaping/gardening. We may also be involved in renovating buildings, painting, repairing the furniture, fixing equipment and so on.

The other side of this project involves a more artistic and relaxed environment. You may also get a chance to use your creative ideas to beautify the school surroundings. You will work alongside a local coordinator and a foreman who provides guidance. This activity is fun supporting the initiative and creativity during the process.

Add-on: +Learning

There is no +Learning add-on available for this program.

Aims & Objectives

  • Improve standards of local schools through various construction and renovation activities


Monday to Friday

Every morning after having breakfast, you will plan the project you will be engaged in, with the coordinator. Then you will set out to the project location to engage in your daily tasks.

You will be working alongside other participants and you will be guided by our coordinator throughout your time at the project.

This schedule can be changed and/or amended depending on weather conditions, local conditions and unforeseen circumstances.

Starting Dates

During 2023

This program starts every week.

During 2024

This program starts every week.

Participant Criteria & Requirements

Standard Requirements

Minimum age:                18

Maximum age:                65

Minimum English level:        Basic

CRB required:                On Signup

Passport copy required:        No

Resume copy required:        No

Required qualification:        None

Additional Requirements

There are no further requirements.

Additional Equipment

  • Cover up as much as possible in the spirit of the local culture to avoid embarrassment
  • Your clothes must not be too short, too tight or too revealing. Kindly make sure your shoulders and legs are covered
  • It is completely fine to wear western clothes as long as they fit the local standards
  • Be thoughtful of the graphics, symbols or text printed on your clothing and avoid wearing clothing styles that might be inappropriate
  • Be thoughtful to poor communities by not displaying expensive items and clothes
  • Wearing local clothes could help you build a good working relationship with the community