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CITW Botswana will be running a Conservation Science Camp for rural girls in Eretsha village from April 18 -23 2021. The camp, which is part of a one-year project funded by the US Embassy in Botswana, is intended to encourage and empower school-going girls in rural areas to develop their interest in environmental conservation, and...
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The new classroom block at Lesedi Primary School, near Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, is now complete thanks to the Grand Circle Foundation (GCF). The final materials for the completion of the building were delivered towards the end of 2020. Due to school holidays in December and then a further lockdown in January this year, work...
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With grateful thanks to Grand Circle Foundation (GCF), a solar borehole has just been completed in Lupinyu Village. Located approximately 20 kilometres from Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, this additional water source for the community directly benefits over 320 people, by providing a source of water closer to where they live, and alleviating pressure on the...
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March is an important time for our planet. Not only do we mark World Wildlife Day on 3 March, and Global Recycling Day on 18 March, we observe World Water Day on 22 March as well as Earth Hour on 27 March. This year’s World Wildlife Day focused on Forests and Livelihoods; Sustaining People and...
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We are thrilled to announce that Agnes Tjirare, CITW Namibia, and Aline Umutoni, CITW Rwanda, have been listed among the Top 100 Young African Conservation Leaders list! The panel received 565 nominations from 425 youth organisations and networks, which underwent a rigorous judging and verification process. “Congratulations Agnes and Aline, we are so proud of...
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We are profoundly sad to share the news of a great loss to our Wilderness Safaris family. Ron Goatley, our Zimbabwe Managing Director, passed away on Sunday after a long, very brave battle with cancer. Our thoughts are with his wife, Sue – who you will know for her own tireless work with Children in...
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Exciting things are happening in the Plumtree region, located to the south-east of Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park. Thanks to generous funding from Edward Allen Bell, ‘The Tshabolisa Project’ is coming along in leaps and bounds. This area has been extremely marginalised over the years, and human-wildlife conflict and overgrazing have had devastating effects on the...
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“We are thrilled to report on the donation of a solar water pump to Otjinungua Mobile School in the far northern Marienfluss Conservancy! This life-changing gift from Bank Windhoek is valued at NAD60 000″, notes Namibia CITW and Community Co-ordinator, Agnes Tjirare. Access to water at the school now makes it possible to implement a...
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The WWF is calling African youth to share their conservation success stories in order to inspire and tell the world how African youth are shifting from business as usual and are taking action to protect African ecosystems and the people who depend on them. From their website: As part of a commitment to strive toward...
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“The more that you read, the more things you’ll know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go” – Dr Seuss Reading corner at St Mary’s School, Zimbabwe Each year on September 8th we observe the UNESCO-initiated International Literacy Day, to raise awareness around the issues of adult and child literacy. Literacy workshop...
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