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
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...
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...
Volunteer in South Africa and make a positive impact in the country with top volunteer organization African Impact. Participate in a life-changing journey in South Africa,...
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
A great place for wildlife lovers who wants to have an impact on conservation
Submitted by The Wild Dog Boy - Brussels Belgium | June 22, 2018
Great experience compare to other volunteering program. This is a big nice sustainable project. Also you'll have a good induction at the beginning and almost everything is organised here. The accommodations are amazing. You're not really immersed culturally except if you are a community volunteer. The volunteer coordinators are all nice but they sometimes need their privacy so don't really hang out with you except at lunch time and during the game drives. There's a hospital 45min away from the lodge so I had tick fever and thanks to a quick diagnostic, I was quickly back on game drives. The daily routine is great, you always have something to do during the day and when you have downtime you're quite happy. The excursions are quite expensive but I understand that African Impact is still a business. Anyway a great volunteering project that I advised.
Submitted by vwitana - Sydney Australia | June 22, 2018
It was great to be able to spend a month photographing wildlife with like-minded people. It was very different to a regular safari where others may not have the same interest in photography as you do.
Submitted by Ian - Moerbeke Belgium | June 21, 2018
Amazing experience! You get to know a lot of great people in the house. The staff is very helpful and friendly. Everything is very orginazed and their a lot of different activities. During your weekend you can do a lot of activities.
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Submitted by Euan - Belfast United Kingdom | June 21, 2018
At first, I was a bit anxious coming to Zambia as I didn't know what to expect on my first trip to Africa, but I can now safely say that this trip was more than I could ever have expected. Thanks to African Impact, I got to experience the local culture and the struggles involved in every day life for the local people. As part of the teaching project I got to work in local schools where I experienced first hand the struggles involved for the students, this was a very enlightening experience and i would definitely recommend the teaching project. African Impact offered an incredible social aspect for the trip and i have made friends for life and hope to return in the near future
Submitted by Peter - Our Lady and St Patrick's College, Knock | June 21, 2018
I had a great time working in the local school at Mwandi. The children were really great and really eager to learn. The school is in a poverty stricken environment though and some of the challenges were obvious to see which made the experience more worthwhile because you could help the children learn.