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...
Share your passion for people and love of teaching in Cape Town, as you work with underprivileged inner-city communities, teaching and caring for disadvantaged children and...
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...
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...
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...
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...
Visit one of the world's most iconic tourist destinations and play a vital role in enriching the lives of orphaned and vulnerable children through African Impact. Volunteers...
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 Raquel - A Coruna Spain | May 29, 2017
Sincerely it was very frustrating the first week for me on home based care. Health care here is pretty different from my country and in my opinion it doesn't work as it should be because I think it would be a good idea working together with the clinics as a team in order to make a real follow on patients, specially on those who have cronic diseases. I know that they apreciate our help but I feel that we just supplies some of their lacks for a few days but there isn't a real following. Despite this fact, I could learn a lot for this experience. I know that they have anything and mostly of times they can't afford going to the clinics so we are their only option to access health care.
On the other hand the coordinators were very flexible and I could try other proyects like Girl Impact which I think it is very interesting for the development of the society here. They were also very closely and I really apreciated their attention in order to satisfy all our wishes about proyects and making us feeling comfortable here. The mates were amazing and of course all the activities I've tried on weekends were awesome.
Submitted by Sebastiaan - Delft Netherlands | May 29, 2017
Those past 4 weeks flew by. I loved the flexibility, because it enabled me to also try the home based-care and to see more than one school. The teaching experience opened my eyes. You can see everywhere sand, holes and trash, but the mentality is nonetheless so much more positive, more free and more gentle than where I come from. The people i worked with were amazing. The children i tought were amazing. The trips in the weekend were amazing. The food was amazing.
Community Teaching and Lion Project`
Submitted by Blake - Auburn University | May 29, 2017
I have had the most amazing experience here at Antelope Park! Between walking with the lions and handling the elephants, this trip has most certainly exceeded my expectations. If you are given the opportunity to volunteer here, please take it!
Submitted by rcsc13 - Swansea United Kingdom | May 27, 2017
The time that I have spent with African Impact has been absolutely incredible. All of the staff have been so welcoming and made me feel at home from the word go. Being at TEARS has by far been the best thing I have ever done, all of the staff and other volunteers were so friendly and made sure you got what you wanted out of your time volunteering. Being able to see the dogs improving everyday due to your time and patience is the best feeling in the world.
Submitted by bear - Germany | May 26, 2017
A short summary of three weeks Sports Coaching & Development Project
week 1: arrival, informations, enter unknown territory
week 2: first steps and more confidence
week 3: part of a great experience