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CITW Adobe youth club (which is part of the CITW Nanthomba Youth Environmental Stewards Club - YES), on 8th of April 2015, went on an education trip to Luntha TV – Balaka.
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Day one (campers’ arrival day) is usually coloured with cultural/traditional themes. This is intentionally done so that the children have a smooth transition between life at home and that of camp. It helps the children settle and get into camp culture and environment.
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he soccer team from Wilderness Safari’s camps Vumbura Plains and Little Vumbura, called the Kwedi Sables, left on the 27th Feb for a three day tournament in Seronga Village. Every year it’s held at a different one of the Okavango Community Trust villages, who are our landlords for Vumbura Plains and Little Vumbura camps.
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In February CITW was able to successfully deliver 24 ‘point of lay’ hens to Ziga Primary School as part of the ongoing Grand Circle Foundation (GCF) Poultry Project.
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During the last quarter of 2014 Wilderness Safaris was involved with a programme to assist needy people from Damaraland who had problems with their vision.
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The Rosemary Pencil Foundation in conjunction with CITW donated 50 e-readers to Bandawe Girls Secondary in Nkhatabay-Bay District (Northern Region of Malawi). This second project was the result of the success of the first project at Namalomba Secondary School in Balaka District – Southern Malawi.
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Children in the Wilderness has received 24 bicycles as well an assortment of cycling equipment from The Bike Shop, as part of an exciting new partnership.
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Children In The Wilderness have been affiliated with Ziga Primary School for over five years now, and with the assistance of donor funding, CITW have been instrumental in helping develop the school to its current day status through the implementation of numerous projects including the renovation and building of classrooms; supply of school furniture and...
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Children in the Wilderness (CITW), the non-profit partner of ecotourism company, Wilderness Safaris, is thrilled to announce a new partnership with the Wonderbag Foundation, which will see 500 Wonderbags allocated to CITW’s Adult Eco-Club Project.
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Camp Hwange is situated in the Shumba area of Hwange National Park and is run by David Carson, a well-known Zimbabwe Professional Guide. Children In The Wilderness have worked with the owners to successfully host a CITW Eco-Club Camp for children from rural schools in the area each year for the past three years.
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