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Zambia
The importance of children’s early literacy development cannot be overstated, with a child’s success in school and later in life, to a great extent, dependent on their ability to read and write. Early literacy intervention has been at the forefront of the Children in the Wilderness Zambezi teams’ minds this year, mainly due to the...
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CITW Zambezi had a lovely opportunity to interact with teachers and community leaders from four different schools and villages in the Southern province of Zambia. Kawewa Primary School was chosen as the meeting point for the Southern Cluster, and the schools present included Kasaya, Sikaunzwe, and Sibbulo Primaries, as well as the host school, Kawewa....
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Youth are our future – destined to be our planet’s custodians, a role now more critical than ever. Twenty years ago Wilderness Safaris made a commitment to rural African children by founding Children in the Wilderness (CITW), our non-profit partner organisation offering life skills training, leadership development, and environmental education to children from remote villages...
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Netherlands-born Wilderness Safaris Rwanda Operations Manager & CITW Programme Coordinator, Ingrid Baas, and her husband Rob (WS Rwanda MD), share a passion for travel. One of the first countries they travelled to in Africa was Zambia, and after quickly falling in love with the country, their bush hospitality careers started in South Luangwa, after which...
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Dear CITW friends, dear Janet In 2012 and 2013 I was allowed to lead CITW for a short time. “You only protect what you love, and you only love what you know” was the credo of the late Russel Friedman, who encouraged all Wilderness Safaris staff and partners to participate in CITW camps. Rita in...
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The CITW Zambezi team is thrilled with the new partnership between themselves, Peace Parks Foundation and the Simalaha Community Conservancy.  As part of our partnership, CITW will be establishing their  Eco-Club Programme in 12 schools in the  Conservancy, which is supported by Peace Parks Foundation. We would also like to extend our thanks and gratitude...
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It is with great excitement that we unveil our new traditional skirts and trousers. As we are working more and more with local communities in Zimbabwe and Zambia, we thought it fitting to ensure that we uphold tradition by wearing long, flowing clothes – as well as looking very smart of course! Cynthia, Sarah, Rumbi,...
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CITW Zambezi would like to express our gratitude to the very generous donors and sponsors who have provided us with the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of so many over the last few months with food hamper distributions. This, combined with the tireless effort of the Wilderness Safaris team members who have...
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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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