TYC-DTP volunteers, (Gyde, Fieke and Fabian) for the North - South Exchange program implementing renewable energy project at Hombolo and Lukundo secondary school in Dodoma. With the help from Dr. Choi they taught students to make their own solar lamps and solar charges as part of the lesson and a gift at the end.
A group photo with Weltwaerts Volunteers 2019/2020 during the welcome diner at Msimbazi center
group photo with Weltwaerts Volunteers 2018/2019 during Orientation seminar at Tanzania Youth Coalition(TYC) Office
Weltwaerts Volunteers 2018/2019 during Orientation seminar at Tanzania Youth Coalition(TYC) Office
The Director of Tanzania Youth Coalition Mr.Lenin Kazoba talking to Weltwaerts Volunteers 2018/2019 during Orientation seminar at Tanzania Youth Coalition(TYC) Office
Program for international understanding and renewable energies in Tanzania
Partner: Deutsch-Tansanische-Partnerschaft e.V. (DTP), Germany
Funded by: Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), Germany
The volunteer program is a one-year program for German volunteers to learn and work in organizations in Tanzaniain the areas of renewable energies, climate and environmental protection. The volunteer program is meant to give volunteers the opportunity to collect intercultural experiences, share ideas of how to utilize renewable energies for sustainable energy provision and exchange of ideas in mutual practical and theoretical work.
TYC act as the local Tanzanian coordinating organisation for the volunteer program. In collaboration with Deutsch-Tansanische-Partnerschaft (DTP), TYC identify and recruit personnel, hosting places for the volunteer placement and suitable homes for the volunteers. In close collaboration with the Hosting organizations, TYC cares for the volunteers throughout their stay in Tanzania and carry out administrative activities with Host Organizations. All volunteers are monitored and advised the on their work and social life by TYC during their stay.
More information: https://dtpev.de/freiwilligenprojekte/klima