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Disaster Management Internship in Africa
Art in Tanzania
Art in Tanzania and its partners work with Tanzanian cooperate and governmental institutions to tackle both natural and artificial environmental disaster issues such as floods, earthquake, landslides, hunger, fire incident, industrial hazards, poverty, desert, gender and risks management, disease like malaria, cholera, global warming due to climatic change and others respectively.
In most western countries disaster management is well organized from the first stage to the last stage of disaster management such as from preparedness, response, prevention, and recovery stage as result has improved resilience to the western world.
In Tanzania disaster management is poorly known even the communities are not informed about disaster incidents and their management. People and their properties are being affected by floods, earthquakes, landslides, diseases like malaria, cholera, hunger, poverty, desert, global warming due to climate change, and industrial incidents from poor health and safety at working place.
This program aims to educate and build Tanzanian people about resilience from the early stage to the last stage of disaster management such as mitigation, preparedness, response, and prevention stage at schools and public in common with the help from the various governmental and non-governmental institutions.
Presently we work with various entities such as Twiga Cement industries, Coca-cola, Tanzania government, NBC Bank, PVC, AG-Energies Company Ltd and we are extending our program to work United Nations Organization.
This program has a cross-cutting focus where the students of different professionals can attend and work together.
Your internship is being daily supervised by academic-level team leaders. We monitor your work with a weekly plan and report a system to secure you proceed well in your study program.
The internship outcome is to learn, to use, and to get experience to implement your education in developing country conditions with limited capacitation. Also, to better understand the opportunities in a fast-growing economy.
Intern work in terms of international students and volunteers and professionals. We encourage innovation in the program approach. Work hours are 6-8 hours per day, Monday through Friday.
This is an ongoing program since disaster is real and it's happening so we can adjust your start dates. We accept applications from all students and alumni. Your placement is tailored according to your background, experience, and interests to empower our daily work with the communities. Your program can be from 2 weeks up to 12 months. You
can also conduct thesis and related tasks. The common daily tasks include practical fieldwork, planning, reporting, and visibility tasks.
We provide 2x the local minimum wage of USD100 per month for paid internships payable when you stay a minimum of 4 weeks.
• Art in Tanzania is a self-sustainable Tanzanian non-profit NGO having about 200 international interns annually in Tanzania in multiple professional work programs.
• Art in Tanzania is an NGO established in 2001, registered as a Tanzanian NGO in 2007, and operating in Madale village in Dar es Salaam
• We have around 20 people on our staff, including 2-3 expatriates. We have 20 -50 international volunteers and interns in Tanzania year-round. Participants live in our compound while mainly focusing on working in the surrounding schools and areas.
• Our focus includes education, social work, medical health, HIV/AIDS, sports, art, movie production, marketing, media, tourism, environmental and climate change programs, corporate social responsibility tasks among others.
• Art in Tanzania partners with the EU Commission cofounded the ERASMUS+ program to develop volunteer and internship training quality for EU countries.
• Our community-based programs aim to empower local communities and individuals. Our interns experience being immersed in the daily life of Tanzania while also having the opportunity to witness the growth of one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa.
• Interns are working in teams of international students and sometimes volunteer professionals. We encourage innovation and creativity in the program's approach. Programs are tutored by professional graduate staff members for each sector/field of the work.
• We are looking to expand our field of international volunteering and internships to empower community development workers in Tanzania.
Contact us for more details at email@example.com, or visit us at www.artintanzania.org or SKYPE with us at infoartintanzania.