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In the month of June CITW had approved and support two Eco-Club visits to Liwonde National Park -Ntangayi Eco-Club – Machinga North West and Kafulafula Eco-Club – Balaka East. The trip for Ntangayi School was successfully done while that of Kafulafula was postponed to July due to lack of free space at Mvuu Environmental Education...
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Hochland 154 Roundtable organized an annual fund raiser (Bowls Day) event that took place on the 13th March 2015. The main objectives for this event were for different companies to socialize and most importantly raise funds for three charities.
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Please click on this link to go the main article to download our latest Community Development Newsletter for Quarter Two. The newsletter highlights some of our community development and Children in the Wilderness news and activities in all our areas of operation for April to June 2015.
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30 Vululwazi Primary School children from the nearby Kwampukane village enjoyed their first ever outdoor camping experience. They were joined by other novice campers - 5 Beach Camp staff and management members who are all CITW Eco-Mentors.
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The CITW Botswana recently had an exciting trip to visit their Eco-Clubs in the Okavango Panhandle with the American Embassy Representative, Phatsimo Kwenane and a Representative from Ministry of Education, Maun Regional Office Mrs. Danso.
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CITW recently held a board meeting that was attended by Dr Sue Snyman the regional coordinator of the programme from the head office in Johannesburg. As part of her role Dr Sue hopes to strengthen the programme by assisting with both standardising core program objectives and improving on governance of the programme across the regions.
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Have a look at our new Children in the Wilderness YouTube video here. The video summarises the CITW programme, as well as showing some of the social welfare and livelihood diversification projects that we are involved in.
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Children in the Wilderness Programme has continued to support rural schools in Zambia and Livingstone in particular with modern education systems through provision of the latest laboratory kit at Twabuka Basic School in Livingstone.
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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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