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African Studies, Anthropology, Culture, Developmental Sciences, Earth Science, Economics, Education, Environmental Science, Gender Studies, Geography, Health & Human Services, Health Science, History, Humanities, International Relations, Internships, Linguistics, Other Language & Literature, Psychology, Public Health, Social Work, Sociology, Urban Studies, Women's Studies
Embark on an exploration of challenges facing Tanzania, including sanitation, disease, hunger, poor education, gender inequality, climate change, HIV, water issues, and deforestation. Through fascinating coursework and activities with locals, you'll learn about issues impacting Tanzanian communities, design and carry out an original research project, volunteer at a local non-governmental organization, and gain a basic proficiency in Swahili.
EXPLORE THE ECONOMIC EPICENTER
Dar es Salaam; the mid-sized town of Iringa; and the rural district of Mufindi or Kilolo.
PARTICIPATE IN A FOUR-WEEK FIELD STUDY
homestay during your field study experience at an NGO that addresses public health, education, and social welfare issues in rural Tanzania.
CARRY OUT YOUR OWN RESEARCH
project studying a topic that you are passionate about.
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