CITW Zambezi Eco-Club Quiz – Livingstone

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 dive into environmental knowledge.

The quiz took place in the beautifully set-up hall of Ebeneezer Primary, which proudly hosted the event. Four Eco-Club members, carefully selected by their Eco-Mentors, represented each school and club. The atmosphere was electric as the participants showcased their passion for the environment and their dedication to learning.

The quiz consisted of seven rounds, featuring multiple-choice and true or false questions. Each round focused on different aspects of environmental knowledge, including topics such as the Water Cycle & Water Pollution, Trees & Climate Change, and Human-Wildlife Conflict. These questions were specifically designed to test the knowledge learned and taught during the Eco-Club lessons, using the CITW curriculums that have been implemented throughout the first and second term of the year.

The competition was fierce, and after a thrilling seven rounds, Holy Cross Primary emerged as the winners, with Lupani Primary closely following in second place, and Ebeneezer Primary securing third place. We applaud all the participants for their hard work, dedication, and impressive display of environmental knowledge.

Beyond the competition, the day was a resounding success in fostering connections and collaboration among the Eco-Club members and Mentors. It provided a platform for them to interact, share ideas, and build a strong network of like-minded individuals who are passionate about preserving our planet.

At CITW, we believe that quizzes like these play a crucial role in promoting learning, fun, and growth among children. They not only test their knowledge and understanding but also encourage them to explore new topics, think critically, and expand their environmental knowledge. Our goal is to empower children with the tools and knowledge they need to become environmental stewards, and make a positive impact in their communities.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to all the participants, winners, and their dedicated Eco-Mentors for their outstanding achievements. We also want to express our gratitude to Ebeneezer Primary for hosting the event and providing a warm and welcoming environment for everyone involved.

As the primary driver of Wilderness’ EDUCATE impact pillar, we at CITW are passionately pursuing our journey to inspire sustainable conservation through education and leadership development, and look forward to more engaging and enlightening events like these. Together, we are nurturing the next generation of environmental champions and creating a brighter future for our planet.

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