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Courtney Pritchard
Children in the Wilderness Zambezi recently concluded its annual camp for Eco-Club students from the Tsholotsho region, south of Hwange National Park, at the enchanting Wilderness Davison’s. The atmosphere was vibrant with song, dance, and anticipation, as 28 Grade 6 students and four teachers from various primary schools embarked on a three-night adventure filled with...
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We are thrilled to announce that Children in the Wilderness (CITW), in partnership with the Grand Circle Foundation (GCF), has been able to successfully renovate and refurbish the Lukosi Secondary School Science Laboratory, bringing a new wave of opportunity and learning to the students at the school. Situated near Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, the school recently...
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Transforming lives! The CITW Zambezi team is ecstatic to share the incredible success of our income-generating projects in 2023. These initiatives have not only empowered communities, but have also had a profound impact on the lives of many individuals. 1. CITW Earth to Plate Initiative: Our Earth to Plate Initiative has truly flourished, equipping community...
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As we approach the end of the year, CITW Zambezi felt that it was important to take a moment to celebrate the incredible dedication, hard work, and commitment shown by our Eco-Club members and Literacy Centre students. Their passion for environmental conservation and education as a whole has been truly inspiring. To honour their efforts,...
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We are thrilled to share with you the exciting news of yet another successful Eco-Club quiz hosted by the CITW Zambezi team – this time in Livingstone earlier this month. The event brought together seven of our Zambian Eco-Club schools from in and around Livingstone for a morning filled with fun, competition, and a deep...
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The CITW Zambezi team is proud to announce the successful establishment of its tenth Literacy Centre at Mizpah Primary School last month. As with all our other Literacy Centres, this initiative aims to create an informed, capable, and highly motivated environment to support students struggling with basic literacy skills and reading. We believe that these...
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The CITW Zambezi team is thrilled to share the exciting news of their recent “Lights for Literacy” initiative. This involved the distribution of solar-powered lights to partner schools across Zimbabwe, with the aim of brightening the lives of students and teachers, while illuminating their paths to a brighter future. The lasting effects of this support...
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The Children in the Wilderness Zambezi (CITW) team is thrilled to share with you the incredible success of our recent annual camp hosted at the Painted Dog Conservation Centre’s (PDC) Inganyana Children’s Bush Camp. This four-day adventure brought together 40 students and 4 Eco-Mentors from our 8 CITW Lupane Eco-Clubs, all eager to explore and...
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Today CITW Zambezi, along with the rest of the world celebrates International Literacy Day, a day that is recognised annually to remind individuals, communities and societies of the importance of literacy as a matter of dignity and human rights. In addition to this, the day is celebrated in order to advance the literacy agenda for...
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A women and youth empowerment project initiated by Children in the Wilderness in collaboration with Jafuta Foundation. Just as the mopane tree brings optimism to the people and animals of Zimbabwe when the first trees burst into leaf after the long dry season, so too does our range of snare wire jewellery bring hope. The...
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