Internship program

Internship program

Volunteering with us at the Kilimanjaro Animal C.R.E.W. gives you the opportunity to gain experience in handling and caring for different types of animals. Rarely does a week go by without a new patient being brought to us. Our principle is never to refuse to take in an injured or orphaned animal!

At Makoa Farm and Kilimanjaro Animal CREW you will be dealing with injured, neglected, tortured or abandoned domestic and wild animals. The training of the animals aims to prepare them as well as possible for a life in the wild. Animals that have to stay with us due to permanent injuries should be kept busy through play and training to encourage natural behaviour and prevent psychological problems and misbehaviour.

However, volunteering does not only involve the daily care and occupation of animals, but also requires working on other projects, such as social media, bush school, forest kindergarten or training staff.

100% of the donations made through volunteering are used for the rescued animals.

For more details and availability, please contact us: info@kilimanjaroanimalcrew.org


Dog being neutered with the support of a volunteer

Other news

Baby alert

Baby alert

Amazing news!! 😍😍 One measure of the success of rescue, rehabilitation and release is when the released animal is seen with own offspring. With so much happiness, we'd like to present Jerry and her kitten!! 😊🥰 We are so grateful for this progress and can't wait to see what the future Read more

Hardworking Burigi

Hardworking Burigi

Even on Sunday, Burigi is always up for work. He decided that there might be a weak point at this corner of the fence which he ought to check up on before going out for the daily bush walk. Instead a long explanation he decided to prove that it’s not strong enough anymore. He was right, some Read more

Kiteto learns to eat her greens :)

Kiteto learns to eat her greens :)

Kiteto is making slow but steady progress. She is now stable enough to spend most of her days out with the little zebra and ostrich and also her sheep companion Suzi. She’s now learning that the soft greens that make a nice bedding, are also edible - although she isn’t sure yet exactly how to Read more

Maswa – video

Maswa – video

Have a look at this wonderful video about Maswa - put together by her sponsors, the Elephant Read more