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If you go to Tanzania to volunteer...

If you go . . .

The nongovernmental organizations, or NGOs, listed below welcome teen volunteers when accompanied by a participating adult.

Cross Cultural Solutions

www.crossculturalsolutions.org

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The program we volunteered for was one of the most expensive. Our fee of $3,182 per person paid for accommodations and three meals a day in the organization’s compound; emergency health care and evacuation insurance; lessons in Swahili plus occasional ones in dance, batik, and drum; information on dress, behavior, and health issues; and visits to nearby historic sites.
Additional costs for each: airfare, work permits $200, visas $100.

Global Volunteer

www.globalvolunteers.org

IVHQ

www.volunteerhq.org

Coyote Communications

www.coyotecommunications.com/volunteer/international.html

Lists types of volunteer organizations and how to investigate them.

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