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Summer 2018 Volunteer Sessions

Session 1 / Business
May 9—23, 2018

Session 2 / Business
May 30—June 13, 2018

Session 3 / Business
Aug 1—Aug 14, 2018

Session 1 / Pre-Health
May 30—June 13, 2018

Session 2 / Pre-Health
Aug 1—14, 2018

Session 1 / Service
May 30—June 13, 2018

Session 2 / Service
Aug 1—14, 2018

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I Never Wanted that Day to End

03 April, 2017Posted In : Uncategorized

My humanitarian trip to Tanzania was one of my most valuable educational experiences. I had the uniq READ MORE

That Was the Essence of Marafiki Africa

15 March, 2017Posted In : Uncategorized

As we arrived to our camp in Kenya, a group of us volunteers decided we wanted to go exploring to fi READ MORE

I Had Never Been Happier

07 March, 2017Posted In : Volunteer Posts

As we rode away in the back of the old pickup truck, Jacinta’s words played over again in my mind. READ MORE

  • I never thought I could fall in love or miss a country so much! I find myself comparing everything to life in Tanzania, and I hope that these lessons stay with me forever.

    Andrea Gonzalez (Skyline College Student)
  • My volunteer work with Marafiki Africa came up in every medical school interview I had. The experience changed my life! And that change came through in each one of those interviews. Thank you for everything you helped me to learn and to become.

    Stephen Richardson (COMP Northwest Medical Student )
  • Thank you so much for the opportunity to go to Africa and give of some service. It was an amazing experience. I learned so much and am just beyond grateful for the opportunity.

    Trevor Page (BYU Pre-Med Student)
  • Thank you for the work you did to transform the many lives of my village. May the Almighty Father bless you all!

    Arao Emmanuelpius (Sereolipi Villager)