Foot 2 Afrika Tanzania

P.O. Box 6898
Moshi, Kilimanjaro

Ansprechpartner: Sadock Johnson

+255 (0)272750078, Mobil: +255 (0)272750078


  • Sozialpolitik/behinderte Menschen
  • Freiwillige Helfer sind willkommen.

Über uns

In 2006 Foot2Afrika, a volunteering and adventure organization, was formed by two local Tanzanian men, Emmason and Johnson. They have a good understanding of how and where your volunteering efforts will make a real impact in the lives of the local people. They have lived here, grown up here, and seen first hand the struggles faced here. They found, that within other volunteer agencies, volunteers were often disappointed by the high rates that they were charged to volunteer. Hence, Foot 2 Afrika was born. They disagree with the profit orientated nature of many companies within Tanzania who charge high rates to volunteer at local projects. Instead they take independent volunteers from all over the world to work at the projects they are connected with, which include 7 orphanages, 3 nursery schools, a secondary school and 4 women groups. Additionally they run a project at an orphanage in the town and are involved in setting up a clinic for victims of sexual violence at a local hospital. Volunteers either work directly at the projects which Foot 2 Afrika runs or is placed in contact with worthwhile projects in the town. The organization feels that the work that volunteers carry out must be both rewarding and beneficial to the volunteer and local community.

Volunteering projects:

• Teaching and Learning (English, computer and IT)
• Orphanage Volunteering (Foot2Afrika works with 3 orphanage homes which are located in Moshi at the gateway of the Mountain Kilimanjaro)
• Conservation (environmental projects like planting, inventorying fauna and flora, …)
• Coaching sports (To discover, develop, promote and maintain talented athletes)
• Documentary and photographs (Volunteers are working with local kids from our center to teach and direct them how to use the camera, filming,editing and make documentaries.The class also learn English as language for communication)
• Art and music
• Building and construction (Building schools, orphanage,sanitation and sewage system. This including brick making, paintings, carpentry. Also farmworking that involves planting trees,green vegetables and animal husbandry.)
• Women empowerment (currently women are trained in tailoring and specialize in making bags)
• Public speaking (volunteers are guiding the students during their writing, debating, presentation and publishing time.)
• Medical and health care, HIV and AIDS awareness (Physicians, nurses, dentists and physiotherapists can serve part-time at urban and rural clinics performing examinations and well-baby checkups. Health care students and other practitioners can offer public health education classes and basic instruction

Sadock Johnson is project coordinator and founder of Foot 2 Afrika.

For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.