A Day in the Life of a Tanzanian Volunteer

Follow GSC volunteers as they complete a day of sustainable agriculture service work in rural Tanzania.  Kim B., a GSC Fellow who spent six months volunteering in Tanzania in 2010, leads us through a day of work from early morning chicken vaccinations to compost training to a group dinner at the end of the day.  GSC’s Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security Program targets vulnerable groups in rural Tanzania, such as women, people affected by HIV/AIDS, Maasai and other indigenous cultures, and leads community trainings in bio-intensive agriculture techniques to increase food production, income generation, and overall health of the community.

Learn more about the Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security Program in Tanzania

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