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Josephine Bestic
CITW Zambezi’s annual Eco-Club camp was held at Wilderness Toka Leya in mid-March. Twenty-eight students and four children from seven partner primary schools around Livingstone spent four days of fun and learning at this magical camp on the banks of the Zambezi River. Themed around biodiversity, in addition to understanding the hospitality industry, through educational...
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Wilson Chiyembekezo – Bachelor’s Degree in Physics, University of Malawi; pictured with Symon Chibaka, CITW Malawi Programme Co-ordinator Wilson comes from a small family in Traditional Authority (TA) Liwonde on the eastern side of Liwonde National Park. Wilson’s parents and grandparents lived in the area which is currently Liwonde National Park for many years, and...
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Residents of communities near Manyara National Park are playing a crucial role in conserving and protecting the park and its wildlife. Doctor Tipay, Wilderness Tanzania Community Liaison & CITW Programme Co-ordinator, in collaboration with TANAPA Ujirani Mwema, organised a park visit for locals who were on a game scout training and conservation workshop. This park...
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From 18-21February, a number of familiar faces from our Wilderness family arrived in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, where all our regions were represented during two power days at our 2024 Impact workshop. The last comparable event took place eight years ago, underlining the significance of this event. Gathering an impressive 32 staff, it was great to...
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Since 2016, the communities on the eastern side of Liwonde National Park have been asking CITW to consider establishing a tree nursery for their residents in order to plant the seedlings in their gardens, at their homes and in all other community centres, as a way of restoring the degraded soil and community forests. Above:...
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The EDUCATE pillar of Wilderness’ Impact strategy is hard at work in Kenya through Wilderness’ Kenyan partner, Governors’ Camp Collection. Read their latest report below. We are very pleased to be sponsoring another year of Wildlife Clubs’ membership for 30 new Mara Rianda Primary School students in the Masai Mara. This is run in collaboration...
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Rain or shine, Jangwani Primary School Environmental Club members never stop their commitment to cleanliness. With the help of our Tanzanian partner Wayo Africa’s amazing guides, the children turned the general clean-up into a fun adventure. Ending the week with a sparkling environment and celebrating with a  hard-earned soda – now that’s a job well...
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Every year Okavango Wilderness Safaris closes a camp in Botswana for a few days to host a Children in the Wilderness (CITW) year-end camp. These camps comprise a three-day conservation experience aimed at educating, inspiring and creating leaders who will hopefully be inspired to become the future custodians of Botswana’s pristine wild areas. This year’s...
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Children in the Wilderness Malawi’s Symon Chibaka is counting down to the end of a remarkable year, and celebrating some of his members’, and former students’, key achievements. First up are Davie Nkosi and Andrew Viano, both members of CITW’s Executive National Committee, and both of whom have achieved great success in their chosen careers....
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We are thrilled to share with you the heart-warming success of our recent reusable sanitary-pad pack distribution event at Chamabondo Primary School. CITW Zambezi is so grateful to have received a donation of 119 sanitary pads for distribution at the school. This initiative aimed to empower Grade 7 female students by providing them with essential...
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