African Impact Programs
The African lion population has diminished by 80 - 90% in the past 40 years. The aim of the Lion Rehabilitation Program, African Impacts own pilot project, is to release
Assist in the conservation efforts of the Naboisho Conservancy in Kenya's Masai Mara Reserve by monitoring wildlife and conducting important research. The loss of wildlife...
Poverty, home responsibilities and a lack of qualified teachers has resulted in a great need for increased levels of education in rural Zanzibar. Students are unable to achieve...
Teach English and assist nursery school teachers with daily programs for 90 children between the age of 2 and 6 years. Dance, play and have fun as you interact and volunteer...
The African lion population has decreased by an astonishing 80 - 90% over the past 40 years. By joining volunteer projects in Africa together with African Impact, ALERT and...
Due to inadequate staff and being under-resourced, the Ministry of Health in Zambia is struggling to provide sufficient healthcare to the public. As a volunteer in Zambia...
Contribute to a Teaching Community Development Project in Zambia. Volunteers provide teaching assistance to understaffed schools, and will provide support to children who...
Help improve the lives of underprivileged children and contribute to conservation efforts for the African Lion. Volunteers get the chance to experience the best of both
African Impact Reviews
Submitted by wadams - Barkhamsted United States | December 19, 2017
Volunteering with African Impact was a great experience. The work I did was rewarding and the people I met are now lifelong friends. I enjoyed meat prep and research the most. It's sad to leave but I will be back.
Best weeks of my life
Submitted by Sofie - Gothenburg Sweden | December 18, 2017
I loved every second of my days at Antelope park. I did so many cool and inspiring activities that I loved. I meet many new friends. I would absolutely recommend this to everyone cause it was the best trip I ever done.
Karen Beate Hjorteland & Cassandra Hauge, Norway / Hands- on lion conservation project
Submitted by Karen Beate - Sandnes Norway | December 18, 2017
We are two friends who have spent four weeks as volunteers on the lion conservation project at antelope park. It has been four amazing weeks and we have never learned and got so many new experiences in such a short period of time! We love that every day is different and we would recommend this to everyone!
Submitted by Cara - Deakin University | December 18, 2017
I cannot pin point a highlight but would have to be the community and the people I have been able t have the privilege of meeting and sharing knowldedge with. I ahve learnt new skills and taught others skills as well which is the most amazing feeling in the world. I have always wanted to come to Africa and now i have and couldnt be happier with how the trip went. I have a strong intrest in coming back and volunteering again or even wokring with the team here in Livingstone or other locations in Africa in the future. I was really happ to be given the opportunity to go out on medical a a result of my nursing backgrund and see hat the communities needs are .
Program: Academic Summer Courses in Africa
Girl Empowerment, December 2017
Submitted by camillavillman - Hyvinkää Finland | December 18, 2017
For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to volunteer. When I read about African Impact and the Girl Empowerment program, I knew it was perfect for me. I was sure that I was going to have amazing trip, but I had no idea how much I would fall in love with Moshi and the people I met here. Not only did I learn about new culture, but I learned so many things about myself. No doubt this was the greatest experience of my life and I will come back next year. Thank you African Impact for this opportunity and for the amazing work you do.
Program: Girl Empowerment, Moshi, Tanzania