• 4500 children have been hosted in our camps in seven countries since 2001

  • 10 Schools in Botswana now have CITW Eco-Clubs: New since May Habu and Kareng!

  • In May, Zimbabwe ran a Literacy Teacher Training Workshop which offered rural school teachers innovative educational tools

  • Malawi invited an expert in paper recycling at Nanthomba Primary School Eco-Club. Visiting members were learning about how to recycle paper into wildlife sculptures

  • Malawi is currently sponsoring 97 students in 13 different Secondary Schools. 46 students were visited in May

  • In May, Ngamo Primary School in Zimbabwe agreed to a CITW Eco-Club for 30 members from Grades 5-7

Volunteer Programme - Zimbabwe

Volunteer Programme - Zimbabwe


Children in the Wilderness has joined forces with Conservation Travel Africa. Volunteers can now join local teachers and get involved in a well-established literacy, environmental and life skills education programme in Zimbabwe.

Inspire children to care for Africa's wilderness areas and become the wildlife conservationists of the future

As a volunteer on this project you will spend your time providing much needed teaching assistance to often under-staffed and under-resourced schools in the Jabulani area of Victoria Falls - Africa's adventure capital! You will help teachers in the classroom, plan and teach your own lessons plus help with after-school clubs, give extra lessons, help with homework and play sports. 

See the below links for more information:


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