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20
May

SACOLA donates water-supply pipeline to five villages around Volcanoes National Park

Wednesday the 15th of May 2024 was a day of joy and excitement for the Nyange and Kinigi sectors, both situated close to Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park and Wilderness Sabyinyo. Pierre Celestin, SACOLA Chairman assisted by Eric Dushime, Sabyinyo GM, open the first tap The occasion was the launch of a RWF 100 million (close to USD...
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17
May

World Endangered Species Day

Today, 17 May, is World Endangered Species Day. It is celebrated to help create awareness of and protection for, endangered animals, and the actions that can be taken in order to save them from becoming extinct. A rare endangered species found in Namibia is the African wild dog. With just 200 to 300 animals in...
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08
May

CITW Zambezi annual camp at Wilderness Ruckomechi

An unforgettable CITW Zambezi annual Eco-Club camp was held for children from the schools around Mana Pools National Park in early April 2024. Twenty-four students and four teachers from four partner primary schools around the national park spent four days of fun and learning at magical Wilderness Ruckomechi on the banks of the Lower Zambezi...
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29
Apr

Important notice: For Zimbabwe, and Zimbabwean Suppliers

Publication of Tender Notice Children in the Wilderness (CITW) is a non-profit organisation supported by conservation hospitality company Wilderness. CITW aims to facilitate sustainable conservation through leadership development and education of Children in Africa. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has availed a grant for CITW to establish an Agricultural Training College and...
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26
Apr

Kinigi Executive Secretary Visits Sabyinyo Village Kitchen Gardens

One of Wilderness Rwanda’s most recent “Empower” initiatives, as part of its core Impact strategy, are the Wilderness Sabyinyo-supported village kitchen gardens established in the Kinigi Sector of Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park area. The gardens are proving a great success, and recently hosted an important visitor. Through the kind donations of guests visiting Wilderness Sabyinyo,...
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25
Apr

SACOLA Donates Passion Fruit Saplings to Students at Six Primary Schools

This month, SACOLA (the Sabyinyo Community Livelihood Association), in its ongoing commitment to fight malnutrition and promote sustainable practices in the area around Volcanoes National Park, undertook a significant initiative – to donate passion fruit plants to communities in the Kinigi and Nyange sectors. An impressive 8,000 passion fruit plants were donated to 3,750 students...
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25
Apr

Wilderness Rwanda’s CITW scholarship students start Term 3

On Monday the 15th of April, Term 3 of the 2023-24 school year started at all the public schools in Rwanda. Wilderness Rwanda’s Children in the Wilderness (CITW) scholarship programme currently sponsors a total of 177 students for six years of schooling – at Bisate Secondary School near Wilderness Bisate, Rwabiharamba Secondary School in the...
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22
Apr

CITW Namibia celebrates Earth Day at Sesfontein

Earth Day is celebrated to raise awareness about environmental issues and to promote environmental protection – the ideal platform to draw attention to the growing problem of waste pollution in the environment. This year in Namibia, the celebrations took place in Sesfontein, where the CITW Eco-club from Elias Amxab Combined School along with the Nami-Daman...
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08
Apr

CITW Zambezi annual camp at Wilderness Toka Leya

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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