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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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Supporting our communities has never been as critical as today, and one such person is Agnes Tjirare, Namibia’s CITW and Culture Coordinator in Namibia. Agnes has been involved in either driving and coordinating, or visiting and reporting on, a number of projects alongside governmental partners and others, to keep the “the wolf from the door”...
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Calling all lovers of adventure and the great outdoors – yes, we know that’s you! We’re looking for 5 mountain runners to take part in the 2020 K-Way SkyRun as CITW Ambassadors. For a minimum donation of R5 000, you get to enjoy one of South Africa’s most challenging trail runs. Plus, you’ll have the perfect opportunity...
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CITW Eco-Mentors at Gobojango Primary School in the Bobirwa Cluster yesterday received a welcome donation of sanitiser refill from Craig Lord and Annie Peatling of Jwala-Dopotta Game Reserve in the area. We cannot thank Craig and Annie enough for their personal donation, and ongoing support of our Eco-Mentors in the area at this time! See...
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750 Grade 7, 9, and 12 students in five of our Livingstone schools, Have been given a face mask, making them look very cool. Now that examination classes are back to the grind, Students must have a face mask so that they don’t fall behind.  The less learning time lost, the more opportunity students have...
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Lena Florry is Wilderness Safaris Namibia’s Area Manager for Damaraland, Desert Rhino Camp and Doro Nawas, and a member of the Torra Conservancy, with whom Damaraland Camp has a pioneering ecotourism partnership. As part of its ongoing mitigation of human-wildlife conflict (HWC) in north-west Namibia, the company, through its sustainability fund, donated a lion-proof kraal,...
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On the 26th of June, Wilderness Safaris donated 150 food hampers to Matlapana village in Botswana’s North-West District near Maun.  Valued at P78 500, the donation was handed into the care of the Kgosi, Village Development Committee (VDC) and the social workers, and will provide much-needed support to identified vulnerable families who have been most...
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At a glance, this infographic provides an illuminating overview of the impact the Tour’s fundraising has on the Children in the Wilderness programme! Thank you to the riders, sponsors, donors and volunteers – without you none of it is possible!
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Wilderness Safaris operates in six African countries, and the CITW Zambezi operation covers Zambia and Zimbabwe. All of Wilderness Safaris’ camps are featured on the Pack for a Purpose website, and we are so fortunate to receive many items from guests through Pack for a Purpose. Our guests have shown considerable generosity and support for...
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