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Lisa Witherden
Mabolwe Primary School Eco-Club cleaned up their community – well done! You are shining examples to your community.
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Our Eco-Club in Gobojango, Bobirwa (Botswana) conducted our Eco-Club lesson ‘Birds of a Feather’. They made use of bird books which were donated to their school, and even built their own birdbath! Well done Gobojango!
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Our Eco-Club in Mathathane Primary School in Bobirwa celebrated Arbour Day earlier this month. A few of our children wrote this poem about trees: Our poem Poem of a tree I tree I am shining like a diamond in the skyI provide many things for you but you still destroy meI am the one who...
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Have a look at Mothlabaneng Primary School’s Eco-Club vegetable garden produce! Beautiful, healthy vegetables, and such happy, smiley faces!
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Children in the Wilderness Zimbabwe hosted an inaugural YES Programme Enterprise Camp at the end of August. This camp brought together 17 Form 3 girls from Ngamo Secondary, Kapane Secondary, and Sipepa High Schools in Tsholotsho. While the focus on this camp was on environmental education, life skills, enterprise, and entrepreneurship, the emphasis was on...
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Aline Umutoni, Wilderness Safaris Community and Nature Guide at Bisate Lodge, Rwanda, won the Unsung Hero Award at the PURE travel show in Marrakesh. Aline is very involved in the Children in the Wilderness Programme at Bisate Primary School. We are so proud of you, Aline! An excerpt from the award nomination: Aline’s in-depth knowledge...
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Meet Priyanka Handa Ram. You may have seen Priyanka building Tippy Taps last week on CITW social media with Fern Brasem, our CITW Programme Coordinator in Gaborone, Botswana. Priyanka does some amazing work herself in communities through a programme called  Learn to Play/Ithute Go Tshameka. She recently visited Abu Camp with Wilderness Safaris and wrote...
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A training session for Overseas Adventure Travel (OAT) trip leaders was held at the Wilderness Safaris offices in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. The aim was to introduce and familiarise trip leaders on the Stellar Wordworks Literacy Programme that their guests will be involved in on visits to the various Zimbabwean primary schools supported by Grand Circle....
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Serra Cafema Front of House Manager Selma Benjamin and staff organised a local Himba community clean-up with the children. As she says, “Children are the future, and we love teaching them to keep their environment clean. It was magical to see their enthusiasm and the effort they put in”.
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Written by Nick Galpine Photographs provided by Blessing Danha What do you do when personal tragedy strikes and everything you thought was certain in life, suddenly seems much less so? How do you rebuild and learn to make the most of every moment? If you’re Blessing Danha, an infrastructure consultant from Camden, you get yourself back...
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