The Tanzania Headquarters of Porters Organizations stands as a powerful alliance, bringing together two prominent entities - the Tanzania Porters Organization and the Mt. Kilimanjaro Porters Society. United by a shared vision, these organizations have dedicated themselves to championing the rights and welfare of porters in Tanzania. With a firm commitment to advocacy and empowerment, the Tanzania Headquarters of Porters Organizations strives to create a transformative impact, ensuring that the invaluable contributions of porters are recognized, respected, and rewarded.Join Us
Tanzania Porters recognizes the importance of preserving the natural habitat and ecosystems around the mountains. They collaborate with local communities and relevant organizations to carry out reforestation projects.
The organization conducts environmental education programs and workshops for porters, climbers, and local communities. These sessions raise awareness about the importance of conservation.
Tanzania Porters emphasizes proper waste management practices both on the mountains and in the surrounding areas. They work with climbing agencies, local authorities, and communities to implement waste reduction strategies.
Tanzania Porters actively promotes and supports eco-tourism initiatives in the region. They encourage climbers and expedition companies to choose responsible and sustainable practices, including using environmentally friendly.
We strive to be the voice and advocate for the porters, raising awareness about their rights and working towards creating a fair and respectful environment in the mountaineering industry. Through education, outreach, and engagement with climbers, expedition companies, and local communities, we aim to promote a culture of fairness, respect, and social responsibility.
“Empowering porters is essential for a fair and just society, where every individual’s dignity and rights are respected. Porters are the unsung heroes of the tourism industry, and it’s our responsibility to ensure their rights are protected and upheld. Porters deserve fair wages, safe working conditions, and access to healthcare and education. It’s time to prioritize their rights.”