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CITW Zambezi’s annual Eco-Club camp was held at Wilderness Toka Leya in mid-March. Twenty-eight students and four children from seven partner primary schools around Livingstone spent four days of fun and learning at this magical camp on the banks of the Zambezi River. Themed around biodiversity, in addition to understanding the hospitality industry, through educational...
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From 18-21February, a number of familiar faces from our Wilderness family arrived in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, where all our regions were represented during two power days at our 2024 Impact workshop. The last comparable event took place eight years ago, underlining the significance of this event. Gathering an impressive 32 staff, it was great to...
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We are thrilled to share with you the exciting news of yet another successful Eco-Club quiz hosted by the CITW Zambezi team – this time in Livingstone earlier this month. The event brought together seven of our Zambian Eco-Club schools from in and around Livingstone for a morning filled with fun, competition, and a deep...
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CITW has created nine Literacy Centres in our areas of operation in the Zambezi Region – seven in Zimbabwe and two in Zambia. In this short video, CITW Zambezi’s Assistant Programme Co-ordinator Cynthia Ndiweni explains more about the vision behind this life-changing initiative.
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World Environment Day is celebrated every year on 5 June. It is the United Nation’s most important day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment. Above all, World Environment Day is the ‘people’s day’ for doing something to take care of the Earth. That ‘something’ can be focused locally, nationally,...
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World Wildlife Day is celebrated annually on the 3rd of March in support of animals and plants across the world.  The UN General Assembly has reaffirmed the natural value of wildlife and its various contributions – including ecological, genetic, social, economic, scientific, educational, cultural, recreational and aesthetic – to sustainable development and human wellbeing! This...
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February was off to a busy start for the CITW Zambezi team, who were able to carry out the first of four Eco-Mentor trainings for 2023. With 59 Eco-Clubs spread across Zimbabwe and Zambia, the first Eco-Mentor training entailed 56 Eco-Mentors from 23 of our Victoria Falls, Lupane and Hwange Eco-Clubs gathering in Victoria Falls...
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CITW Zambezi is so pleased to announce that over the past few months both Lupani Primary School and the community surrounding the school have had two boreholes installed thanks to a very generous donor – Well Deserved. Water is life, and in the area’s harsh climate, having easier access to water improves the efficiency of...
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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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