PROGRAM UPDATE: After 20 years of service in East Africa, GSC has concluded our work there and will be taking the best practices learned to our programs in Cuba. We are now offering a Conversational English Training Program in Cuba, with Sustainable Agriculture and Public Health programs to likely follow later in 2016. If you would like to learn more about our Cuba program, follow the link here.
We’ve decided to leave our Tanzania web pages up so visitors to our site can get an idea of the kind of work that we have done. Information can be found below on best practices lessons learned from our Tanzania program that will be carried over to our Cuba program.
The Seeds of Sustenance (SOS) Fellowship and Internship Programs provide unique opportunities for international development and public health professionals and graduate students to gain valuable international experience through their work as fellows assigned to development organizations in sub-Saharan Africa. SOS fellows help to improve the managerial and training capacity of participating Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) in developing nations focused on providing community support and sustainable training programs to vulnerable populations in the following areas: HIV/AIDS prevention and care, nutrition, sustainable agriculture, and food security.
Due to funding restrictions, the only opportunities that GSC is currently offering in the SOS Fellowship are working the GSC main office in Arusha. For more information about opportunities in Arusha with GSC, please contact the Tanzania Program Coordinator.