This is rather a weird question because I really don't know the appropriate question to ask.
When I initially inquired about volunteering opportunities one organization suggested that they had a need for someone to garden in the morning and then work with the kids in the afternoon after they return from school.
Well, in my most recent communication the "gardening" work has transformed into "farm work." There would be the usual planting and harvesting, but there is some need for care of the farm animals.
This is a farm connected to the orphanage that practices permaculture. It is in Moshi if it makes any difference.
Are there any precautions that should be taken or concerns with working in this kind of environment? (Besides them being unprepared for the farm skills of a lawyer from Washington, DC!)