YWAM Arusha
Mission: YWAM Arusha seeks to create a community that trains, disciples and champions workers for the great commission, who contribute productively, responsibly and with integrity to the local community.
Schools: YWAM-DTS; SBS; BCC(SBS,CC); PCYM; ELS; SBS Field Assignment; Directed Readings course.
Focus: Discipleship, training, church ministries, community development, Education and health related ministries.
Link: www.ywamarusha.com
YWAM Arusha
P.O Box 10295
East Africa
Phone: +255-754-482535
Phone: +255-754-562899
Fax: +255-27-2507721
Email: ywamarusha@habari.co.tz
YWAM Dar es Salaam
Mission: Becoming a University of the Nations Resource Campus and train people from Africa and other nations to become leaders of excellence in the area they have talents.
Schools: YWAM-DTS,
Focus: Base Development, Leadership Training, Schools, Community Devleopment, Agriculture.
YWAM Dar es Salaam
P.O Box 11401
Dar es Salaam, Coast
Phone: 255-754-594-963
Phone: 255-784-848-021
Email: jkiwinda@yahoo.com
YWAM Kilimanjaro
Mission: To train, challenge and equip Christians to reach their local community, their nation, surrounding nations, Africa, and the whole world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, with community based projects.
Schools: YWAM-DTS, Maasai YWAM-DTS, SECE.
Focus: Education, Mercy Ministry and Development Projects in rural areas.
Languages: Kiswahili, English
YWAM Kilimanjaro
Kilimanjaro - Boma Ng'ombe
P.O Box 261
East Africa
Phone: +255 785 612 081
Phone +255 745815632
Email: ymkilimanjaro@habari.co.tz
Email: babaabi@hotmail.com
YWAM Mbeya
Mission: To train, equip and mobilize the church in evangelism and prayer, through transformative kingdom principles, and thus fulfilling the Great Commission.
Schools: Discipleship Training School, starting every March.
Focus: Church Ministry
Youth With A Mission Mbeya
PO Box 6572
Mbeya, Mbeya
East Africa
Phone: 255-787-983219
Email: ywambeya@gmail.com
Email: theliondos@gmail.com
YWAM Morogoro
Mission: Relief and Development Centre, Community Development
Schools: YWAM-DTS
Focus: Agricultre, Income Generating, Worship. Reaching out to the Masaai
YWAM Morogoro
P.O Box 6123
East Africa
Phone: +255-713-228109
Phone: +255-787-707202
Email: ywammorogoro@gmail.com

Step out into the vast open plains of Tanzania and you suddenly feel very, very small. And so you should. You've just joined one of the largest, wildest animal populations in the world. Wildebeest, monkey, antelope, lion, cheetah, crocodile, gazelle, flamingo - they're all out there.
An economically poor country troubled by rowdy neighbours and opportunistic colonial powers, Tanzania offers some of the best wildlife spotting opportunities on the continent. Its famous parks make the many drab towns here well worth the stopover.

Full country name: United Republic of Tanzania
Area: 945090
Population: 33000000
Capital city: Dodoma
People: 99% native African (over 100 tribes), 1% Asian, European and Arabic
Languages: Swahili, English, indigenous.
Religion: 40% Christian, 35% Muslim, 20% indigenous beliefs
Government: Republic (multi-party state)
President: Benjamin William Mkapa
GDP: US$7 billion
GDP per capita: US$290
Inflation: 4.2%
Major Industries: Tobacco, sugar, sisal, diamond and gold mining, oil refining, cement, tourism
Major Trading Partners: India, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, Rwanda, the Netherlands, South Africa, Kenya, UK, Saudi Arabia, China