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Ingrid Baas
Rwanda’s new school year started in October 2022, heralding a very exciting time for the six schools that Wilderness Rwanda’s non-profit, Children in the Wilderness (CITW), partners within the company’s three areas of operation. In addition to the current 110 scholarships, 30 new CITW scholarships have been awarded! This means a total of 140 students...
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Fifty-seven Akayange families have each received a goat – and will give their first baby goats to the next 57 families… and the next… and the next… Thursday the 4th of November was an exciting day for the Akayange community. Andrea Bolte, one of our most loyal Children in the Wilderness (CITW) donors in Rwanda...
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Rwanda’s new school year started in October 2022, heralding a very exciting time for the six schools that Wilderness Rwanda’s non-profit, Children in the Wilderness (CITW), partners with in the company’s three areas of operation. In addition to the current 110 scholarships, 30 new CITW scholarships have been awarded! This means a total of 140...
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Charlotte Adams is a Sabyinyo guest who visited a SACOLA (Sabyinyo Community Livelihood Association) community near Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park some years ago. Her experience was so affecting she immediately pledged her support for SACOLA, and has subsequently donated a total of 38 cows to carefully selected villagers over the years. On 26 September 2022,...
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Lucy Robbins was a recent Sabyinyo guest who was particularly moved by her visit with a family in a neighbouring SACOLA (Sabyinyo Community Livelihood Association) village in the Volcanoes National Park area of Rwanda. So much so that on Friday 9 September she arranged for Nyiranziza Lenia and Mbitezimana Emmanuel, and their six children, to...
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Thanks to generous donations from guests of Wilderness Bisate and Wilderness Magashi, the Children in the Wilderness (CITW) and Wilderness Rwanda teams were able to complete four projects this month, directly benefiting the villages and schools in the Bisate and Gishwati areas. As usual in Rwanda, the projects were selected and managed by the Community...
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Eighty young learners from four schools in Rwanda’s Kinigi area were hosted on two tremendously successful Conservation Camps last week. From Monday 25 through Saturday 30 July 2022, Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Rwanda, in partnership with Conservation Heritage-Turambe, the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International and Muhisimbi Youth in Conservation, ran the workshops. © Conservation...
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We are thrilled to advise that from Monday 25 July through Saturday 30 July. Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Rwanda will be running a conservation camp for a total of 80 P6 students. The children are all members of the Environmental Clubs at four schools in the Kinigi area: Bisate, Kabara, Rushubi and Kabwende primary...
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The Sabyinyo Community Livelihood Association (SACOLA) is a community-based non-profit located in Kinigi, in Rwanda’s famous Musanze District, near Volcanoes National Park.  SACOLA was formed in 2004 by communities living in this area in northern Rwanda. The association is primarily geared to the conservation and support of the Park and surrounding population, initiating development activities...
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The Rwandan school year closes in July, with the new year’s first term scheduled to start in September. For the 110 secondary school students in Rwanda who are sponsored with a Children in the Wilderness scholarship covering their school fees, uniforms and lesson materials for the duration of their six years of schooling, this means...
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