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Wilderness Safaris
There’s something about watching elephants while I’m dressed in Lycra that makes me feel particularly vulnerable. There we were, eight of us, in our tight pants and hairy legs, admiring a breeding herd drinking from a waterhole in south-eastern Botswana.
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Janet Wilkinson was delighted to catch up with some of the high school children who have participated on the CITW camps at Pafuri Trails since 2013. She reports on the most recent August workshop with the Makuleke children where the focus was on life skills, tertiary education and entrepreneurship.
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Bongani Baloyi hosted a two-day training workshop for 17 educators (including a deputy principal) at our Johannesburg offices last month.
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Children in the Wilderness would like to express grateful thanks to the management and staff of the Africa Adventure Company (AAC) in the USA for their generous donation towards the Nutrition Programme in Zimbabwe.
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CITW has embarked on a new partnership with the Dūcere Foundation, aimed at enhancing literacy levels in children across Africa by promoting story writing, creative writing and the capturing of oral tradition through the Dūcere African Children’s Stories Programme.
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The objectives of the workshop were to introduce all the CITW Eco-Club Coordinators to each other and to get them see they are part of a team even though they operate remotely and to introduce and train CITW Eco-Club Coordinators on the new CITW Eco-Club curriculum book.
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Nedbank Tour de Tuli 2015 participants had the opportunity to meet some of the communities they are helping to uplift first hand, with each cyclist donating a Wilderness Safaris-sponsored schoolbag and supplies to Jalukange Primary School in Zimbabwe.
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Tour de Wilderness is celebrating the conclusion of yet another successful Nedbank Tour de Tuli event, reinforcing its status as one of southern Africa’s premier mountain biking events. The 11th edition of the event saw 340 participants cycle across almost 300 km of challenging and remote terrain in Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa in mid-August.
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The year 2015 broke the CITW Namibia culture of April – May and December camps. In a bid to ease the December camps, one traditional camp was moved down from December to August. The IRDNC Werldsend centre was the host for CITW between the 16th and 21st August 2015.
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