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May 15-23: Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

* The price of this trip is subject to change. Register today to lock in the current price!

MEDLIFE Chapters attending this trip: University of Wisconsin-Madison


Over one-third of all households in Tanzania live in poverty, on $1.00 a day or less with children and rural populations disproportionately affected by this hardship. As the economy relies primarily on agriculture, approximately 75% of the population lives in rural areas, often without access to basic infrastructure or clean water. According to UNICEF in Tanzania, “Malnutrition — most prevalent in young children from the poorest or rural households — is the single biggest contributor to child mortality, with malaria, anemia, pneumonia, diarrhea, HIV, and AIDS also being key causes.” Access to education remains limited for children in our partner communities. The abolition of primary school fees has increased primary school attendance, but there has been no corresponding increase in teachers, infrastructure, or resources. 

Register for Service Learning Trip today to bring medicine, education, and a safe home to low-income communities in Kilimanjaro!

MEDLIFE Extensions

If there are no MEDLIFE extensions listed below or if you have already registered for this trip and would like to add MEDLIFE extensions to your campaign, email us at [email protected] with the extension you are interested in. All extensions can be found at Good Life Expeditions but please note they may not be available for this particular trip.