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Zambia
30 days ago Melusi Ndlovu started his training in agribusiness. Children in the Wilderness Zambezi Assistant Community Development Liason and Assistant Programme Coordinator James Mwanza, made a visit to find out how he was doing. Says Melusi: “The world is not the same since I started my training. I will establish a business in gardening and...
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Thanks to Candyce Stapen of FamilyiTrips and Henny’s Kids the children of this Zambian village near Toka Leya Camp received a thrilling donation of soccer balls! You can see the children’s happy faces on receiving their donation, by watching the video on our Facebook page here. Footage courtesy Michael Namafente from Zambia. Candyce’s mother, Henny (Henrietta), was an...
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Children in the Wilderness scholarship students attending The Southern African Wildlife College Conservation and Environmental Education Bridging Course, have their Learner Certification Ceremony In 2016, Children in the Wilderness (CITW) partnered with the Southern African Wildlife College (SAWC) to provide opportunities for CITW participants to build on their environmental education by attending a bridging course,...
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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – The 3 “Rs” of waste management… Tendai Mdluli reports from our Victoria Falls office, where Sue Goatley and the Children in the Wilderness Zambezi team is located: “Litter collection and recycling has been a major concern in our Zambezi Region Eco-Clubs. The biggest theme is Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, where the ladies from our...
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Children in the Wilderness (CITW) donor Brandon Fraser contacted CITW Zambezi in June 2016. Brandon had discovered CITW online and was keen to assist the programme by supplying a unique and innovative gift of shoes for the underprivileged. The Shoe That Grows provides sustainable footwear made from high quality durable materials such as compressed rubber soles and anti-bacterial,...
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Click here to read the news from the Zambezi Region – Zambia and Zimbabwe, from April to June 2017.
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