Some tourists visiting Rwanda purposely for charity work or tourism in which travelers do voluntary work to help communities or the environment in the places they are visiting. Some of the charity works include helping the aged people by building them shelters, construct roads, build health centers, constructing water sources, schools and among others.
In Rwanda, we organize and manage small and big functions with our reputable partners in business. These range from seminars, workshops, conferences for NGO’s, government and private sector, local or international.
Rwanda still needs a lot of experts to help transform the country from a subsistence economy to a more powerful industrialized economy, boost its education sector, and improve health services among many other sectors. But have few qualified and the professional human resource base is still difficult to find in the country while at the same time, the government is in great need of expatriates with such qualifications to steer its development programmes. Giving the fact that Rwanda experienced the 1994 genocide movement which cost the lives of many experts, there is still a vacuum for professionals to do developmental activities which will boast the economy of the country. Therefore, Rwanda needs foreign experts to enhance her development since in the process of recovery.
African Jungle Adventures narrows this gap by collaborating with well wishers, international and regional volunteers; who may wish to come in and help the country by providing expertise i.e. their knowledge, skills and experience to the benefit of Rwandans. Travelers taking gorilla safaris in Rwanda are encouraged to volunteer at local community projects, a great initiative to promote ecotourism in this country that is recovering from the 1994 Genocide.