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Namibia
A little report back from Jacques Marais on this awesome adventure – Beyond the Desert Edge with Jacques Marais and Peter van Kets: “[An] incredible ride from Angola – via Kaokoland, Damaraland and the Skeleton Coast – all the way to Swakopmund. This 1200km mountain bike journey was not only a life-changing event for us,...
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Click here to read the news from Namibia from July to September 2017
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Children in the Wilderness scholarship students attending The Southern African Wildlife College Conservation and Environmental Education Bridging Course, have their Learner Certification Ceremony In 2016, Children in the Wilderness (CITW) partnered with the Southern African Wildlife College (SAWC) to provide opportunities for CITW participants to build on their environmental education by attending a bridging course,...
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We are honoured to be the beneficiary of Mountain bike routes SA and #BeyondtheDesertEdge‘s epic fundraising mountain bike ride through north-western Namibia. Supported by Wilderness Safaris Namibia, Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Ambassadors and Nedbank Tour de Tuli stalwarts, Peter Van Kets – Inspired for Life and Jacques Marais, are raising awareness and funds for CITW as well as focusing on sustainable solutions for conservation...
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Jermain Ketji  is the Community Engagement Manager for Wilderness Safaris in Namibia, and as such, works very closely with Children in the Wilderness. Ketji was featured on 99FM, a radio station in Namibia, where he spoke about The Power of Will. Listen to Ketji’s wonderful interview here. “I live by the brand, One Heart – One Love....
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The YES Club from Okaukuejo Primary School in Namibia went on a trip around Swakopmund, visiting various landmarks and interesting places. One stop was to the Swakopmund Museum. It is the largest privately run museum in Namibia and it offers an extensive range of artefacts that represent Namibia’s heritage, history, geology, archaeology and contrasting beauty....
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Click here to read the news from Namibia from April to June 2017.
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