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Courtney Pritchard
At the beginning of this week, the CITW Zambezi team was able to carry out a large reusable sanitary pack distribution to approximately 100 young girls from Grades 5 through 7 at Mizpah Primary School just outside of Victoria Falls. The packs were made by a local group of ladies who work under the banner...
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CITW Zambezi is thrilled to announce that the Jabulani Community Literacy Centre has officially opened. With the help of the surrounding community members, CITW was given the opportunity to renovate and refurbish an abandoned preschool in the heart of Jabulani village, and turn it into a literacy centre for the entire community. Zimbabwe used to...
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CITW Zambezi is thrilled to announce the recent opening of the Ngamo Clinic in the rural Tsholotsho area of Zimbabwe. CITW was able to help make the dream of a rural clinic a reality for the people of Ngamo by building and setting up two maternal waiting houses for expectant mothers, as well as donating...
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We are so pleased to announce that thanks to a very kind and generous donor, CITW Zambezi has been able to pay USD10 000 worth of school fees to St Mary’s Primary School. This donation covers the school fees for every student at the school until the end of 2022. With the ramifications of COVID-19, and...
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Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Zambezi is exceptionally excited to announce that the first delivery of CITW’s and Wilderness’ Earth-to-Plate food initiative took place at the beginning of this week. This initiative aims to procure seasonal vegetables – grown in and harvested straight from – our CITW partner schools’ gardens for staff meals in several...
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Children in the Wilderness Zambezi is proud to reveal the newly painted Chidobe Primary School. Our team and a local painter have been busy at the local primary school for the past few weeks, repainting the entrance to the school, their school assembly point, and, most importantly, painting an extensive new, detailed map of Zimbabwe....
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Children in the Wilderness Zambezi would like to say a huge and heartfelt thank you to Amy Berman and all the incredible Mother Bear knitters who, year after year, have sent thousands of beautifully knitted bears to our children in Zimbabwe, among many other countries. The Mother Bear Project is a non-profit organisation dedicated to...
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We are proud to announce that for the second year in a row Wilderness Zambezi, through its non-profit partner, CITW Zambezi, has won the Environmental Stewardship and Social Impact Award. L-R: Hon. Richard Moyo – Resident Provincial Minister for Matabeleland North, Courtney Pritchard, Cynthia Ndiweni, Willard Razawo – Executive Director for CSR Network Zimbabwe, and...
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The last week for CITW Zambezi was huge, having organised over 25 tonnes of mealie meal to be delivered to fifteen of our partner schools. This delivery will ensure that over 5 400 students and teachers receive a minimum of one meal every day when they come to school, whether it is porridge in the...
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CITW Zambezi is so pleased to announce that over the past few months both Lupani Primary School and the community surrounding the school have had two boreholes installed thanks to a very generous donor – Well Deserved. Water is life, and in the area’s harsh climate, having easier access to water improves the efficiency of...
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