August 24, 2018
In celebration of World Elephant and World Lion Days, Children in the Wilderness put together lesson plans which focused on the day. We looked at the history behind these days, and why they’re so important to celebrate. The lessons included theory, as well as practical, artsy activities and games which highlighted the plight these animals...
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Ihatshi Elibomvu (Redhorse) Cultural dance group comprises of three females and seven males and was established at the beginning of March 2018. Being a part of the group gives members a purpose and shows other youths the positive outcomes that can arise from embracing culture. This is also being achieved through Children in the Wilderness’s...
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As the Youth Environmental Stewardship (YES) Programme focuses on secondary school students with commitment, leadership potential and a particular interest in conservation, it is essential to expose these students to a variety of occupations in order to equip them to make sensible career choices. The annual YES Programme Career Day activities in Zimbabwe and Zambia...
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