Fertile Environment for Imperishable Development
Chekereni - Arusha
Contact person: James Thobias Mhoja
+255 769 965 06; +255 621 041 106
- Aid organization
- Commune, community project
- Educational policy/project
- Overnight facilities
- Volunteers are welcome.
Providing locals with the assistance and education that they need in order to stop food waste for the growth of their families.
Beautify the town by using plastic waste, inspire the community with your own ideas and teach locals about the environment and how to live sustainably
Uplift the the locals with amazing workshops: art, sports, cooking, planting and sustainability workshops
Get to know the culture, explore authentic township and Swahili life, join ceremonies and events and make new friends
Travel while you make a difference! Do Safaris, go Surfing, hiking, swimming, horse riding, swim in waterfalls, explore nature & wildlife and do adventurous Road trips with us!
Uplift and inspire the people in Arusha by beautifying the township with art, organize workshops and teach locals about the environment and sustainability. This volunteer program is especially suitable for:
We work closely together with the locals of the Arush
Fertile Environment for Imperishable Development (FEid) is a non-Profit Organization, founded in 2017 and registered in Tanzania.
To be a prominent Organization that promotes the conservation of the environment.
To Promote the conservation of the Environment
We strives to stop environmental destruction, raise health standard of the people, increase conservation awareness and stop food waste in Tanzania society
• To promote effective solid waste management;
• To facilitate innovations that are geared towards elimination of processes and activities that are likely to endanger the environment;
• To promote sustainable utilization of natural resources;
• To increase knowledge and action by villagers with respect to their legal and human rights.
• Stimulate and promote community-based income generating activities aimed at reducing income poverty, which are conscious of the environmental impact.
• To village base paraprofessional development.
• To increase level of asset.
• To improve living conditions (cleanliness, use of tube-well and sanitary latrine, better housing)
• To increase the literacy rate through providing literacy and functional education to the illiterate target people.
• To make safety communication and sustainable environment.
• To provide relief and rehabilitation supports to the attacked people during natural calamities.
• To develop forestry for food, fuel and timber and to ensure ecological balance.
• To improve efficiency of partner organizations.
• To promoting the conservation of natural resources and the sustainable management of the environment.
• Social Forestry
• Non Formal and Formal Primary Environment conservation Education
• Water and Sanitation & Rural Infrastructure Improvement Project
• Disaster Management
James Thobias Mhoja is the Executive Director of Fertile Environment for Imperishable Development (FEid).
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.