Have you ever wanted to see the work of Project Zawadi up close and personal? We are pleased to announce that Project Zawadi, in partnership with Access 2 Tanzania, will be hosting a Donor Trip which will combine a classic safari experience with a special educational opportunity this November 25-Dec 7, 2019.

The journey will start with a wildlife safari through Tanzania’s greatest wildlife parks including Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater. To the west of the Serengeti lies Project Zawadi’s partner community of Nyamuswa. It is in this rural community that you will be part of the English Bridge Program.

For the last several years, Project Zawadi has been conducting the English Bridge Program for students in the Nyamuswa area who are transitioning from primary school (Standard 7) to secondary school (Form 1). This seven-week intensive course is held at several local schools with English teachers leading conversation and comprehension lessons designed to prepare students to better face the English language challenges and give them a leg-up for success in secondary school.

A specialized English Bridge curriculum has been developed with our staff and volunteers. Travelers on the Project Zawadi Donor Trip will have the opportunity to support the program by participating in daily conversational English sessions. Our staff and volunteers will have specific lessons prepared for members of this travel group. The travel group will also be hosted in country by Project Zawadi’s Executive Director and Founder, Brian Singer.

  • Dates of Trip: November 25-December 7, 2019
  • Trip Details: PZ Donor Trip Itinerary and Registration Form
  • Registration Deadline: July 31, 2019.
  • Space is limited to 12 participants.
  • Interested and have questions? Sign up for a Virtual Information Session on Thursday, June 27 (7:00 pm CDT). Please register for the info session by emailing info@projectzawadi.org


For general information on travel in Tanzania, please visit the Access 2 Tanzania website and explore the Planning Tools section of the website for common questions. You can also reach out to Brian Singer (bsinger@projectzawadi.org) to learn more about the trip and the volunteer experience.