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Sarah Adams
One hundred and forty hygiene kits have been purchased from the Days for Girls Enterprise in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. Thanks to generous funding from the Stanwood Camano Island Chapter in the USA, and Brooke Shaw from Australia, this has been made possible. The funds used to purchase these packs will go back into the project;...
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Culture Tshuma is currently in his final year of a Bachelor of Commerce at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST), Zimbabwe. Starting his degree in 2016 and majoring in Accounting, Culture has loved being at university, as it has challenged and led him to learn much about himself. However, Culture’s journey with CITW...
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Hard work and perseverance lead to success. Since the establishment of the worm beds and fertility trenches in the Jabulani community garden a few weeks ago, much has been happening. A variety of vegetable seeds were brought from the community to the nursery at the Victoria Falls Hotel for germination. The team there was enthusiastic...
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Mainza Mweeba was born in Sinde Village, Southern Province, Zambia, into a family of five children. His parents are subsistence farmers – the main form of livelihood in this region. Education is often not prioritised in this area, with few parents encouraging their children to attend school and get an education. Noticing that few people...
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Mvikeli Dhlodhlo, an industrial pattern-maker from Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, has found his passion in making educational toys and resources for children.  Beginning his career over 10 years ago in industrial pattern-making, Mvikeli has always aspired to have his own business. Working hard and learning all he could, pattern-making took him around the country, as well...
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Lupani Primary School’s eco-garden is flourishing thanks to dedicated teachers and community members who have been tending to it throughout the last few months while schools have been closed because of COVID-19. Lupani is located just north of Kazungula, about 75 kilometres from Livingstone in Zambia, and is one of the seven schools in the...
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The annual Zambezi Cycle Challenge is a regular fundraising mountain bike event that takes place around the spectacular Victoria Falls area. As one of three main beneficiaries (the others being the Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust and Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit – both very close to Wilderness Safaris’ and our own hearts), Children in the Wilderness...
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An anecdote from voices of the Jabulani Community on the partnership with Children in the Wilderness in Zimbabwe, working on a new community garden. We heard them when then they spoke to us during community meetings, saying that we can work together to ease our plight. But we whispered amongst ourselves, “Our folk love to...
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750 Grade 7, 9, and 12 students in five of our Livingstone schools, Have been given a face mask, making them look very cool. Now that examination classes are back to the grind, Students must have a face mask so that they don’t fall behind.  The less learning time lost, the more opportunity students have...
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Work has just finished on the Lukosi Clinic garden’s borehole conversion. Thanks to Grand Circle Foundation, the borehole has been converted from an electric pump to a solar-powered system. Located in the clinic’s vegetable garden, the borehole provides the water needed to sustain the crops which feed the clinic patients. Due to constant power cuts...
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