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Mary Hastag, Community Development Liaison and CITW Botswana Coordinator, chatted to BTV live this morning about the Children in the Wilderness projects she oversees in the country. Watch the clip here. We are so proud of you, Auntie Mary! Mary talks about Wilderness Safaris and CITW. Did you know that CITW is one of Wilderness Safaris’ Reasons...
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CITW Botswana is proud to welcome Flying High for Kids’ Andrew Parker to Botswana. Andrew has been travelling through Africa by hot air balloon to inspire children “to follow their dreams”. Yesterday morning he addressed 1,100 kids at Xabara School. We are excited for the Eco-Club kids from Xabara and Shashe primary schools in Maun...
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Last week, Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Botswana hosted 18 teachers from the nine schools which we work, for Eco-Mentor training. Our Eco-Mentor training aims to develop local community members, teachers, volunteers and Wilderness Safaris camp staff by upgrading their skills in environmental understanding and awareness. The training empowers and educates staff and community members, creating...
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Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Botswana works with nine primary schools which are located in the areas in which Wilderness Safaris operates. Each school runs an Eco-Club, with teachers taking on the role of Eco-Mentors. At the end of each year, the top three Eco-Clubs are each awarded a floating trophy. These trophies go to...
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Click here to read the news from Botswana from April to June 2017.
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