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29
Jul

More Moments of the Joy at the Nedbank Tour de Tuli Riders’ Lentswe-le-Moriti Village Stopover

Here are some beautiful images, and a note of thanks to CITW Bobirwa’s Tanya McKenzie (also a multiple-repeat rider in the Nedbank Tour de Tuli), from Mr Monakwane, Headmaster of Lentswe-le-Moriti Primary School, after the cyclists handed over backpacks filled with supplies for the children. Two riders from Group 9, Jeremy Powell and Pete Dowling,...
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28
Jul

Foundations for Farming Training in Zambia

Following the success of the first Foundations for Farming workshop in Zimbabwe, CITW Zambezi rolled out the programme to five of our Zambian partner schools and their surrounding communities. The week was packed with successful workshops in each of the school gardens, with some 327 people attending the farming training. These people included teachers, Eco-Mentors,...
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27
Jul

What the Nedbank Tour de Tuli Means to CITW – Through Volunteer Penny Bird’s Lens

The Nedbank Tour de Tuli is a major fundraiser for Children in the Wilderness, so it was no surprise that a visit to the local Lentswe-Le-Moriti Primary School, nestled in a corner of eastern Botswana, was on the agenda. Amongst the photographers and videographers asked to cover the event, I was fortunate to spend a...
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26
Jul

CITW Zambezi facilitates Beitbridge Teacher Literacy Workshop

CITW Zambezi, in collaboration with a trainer from Wordworks, recently carried out its second teacher literacy workshop for 2022. This workshop was hosted in the Beitbridge region of Zimbabwe, on the banks of the beautiful Limpopo River, for five schools from the surrounding area. Fifteen teachers attended the workshop, and each was provided with four...
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22
Jul

CITW Rwanda – Conservation Camp 2022

We are thrilled to advise that from Monday 25 July through Saturday 30 July. Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Rwanda will be running a conservation camp for a total of 80 P6 students. The children are all members of the Environmental Clubs at four schools in the Kinigi area: Bisate, Kabara, Rushubi and Kabwende primary...
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20
Jul

Wilderness Rwanda Celebrates the Official Inauguration of the Kinigi Sector Office

The Sabyinyo Community Livelihood Association (SACOLA) is a community-based non-profit located in Kinigi, in Rwanda’s famous Musanze District, near Volcanoes National Park.  SACOLA was formed in 2004 by communities living in this area in northern Rwanda. The association is primarily geared to the conservation and support of the Park and surrounding population, initiating development activities...
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18
Jul

CITW Zambezi Pays Tribute to a Local Teaching Hero

It is with great sadness that we bid farewell to a truly inspirational lady: Mrs Dube, who is retiring as Head Teacher of St Mary’s Primary School.   In honour of all the amazing work Mrs Dube has done for the school, we wanted to show our immense appreciation, and honoured her with a small...
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13
Jul

Books for Africa Distribution in Beitbridge

Last month CITW was pleased to distribute over 100 boxes of books to 5 schools in the Beitbridge area of Zimbabwe. The books included a range of categories and age levels, from leisure books to subject books such as English, Maths, Science, and Social Studies. The schools in the area were extremely grateful for the...
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13
Jul

CITW Literacy Centres in Zimbabwe

CITW Zambezi is happy to announce that we have officially begun the process of setting up our very first Literacy Centres – at Jabulani Primary School and the Jafuta Foundation Centre, both located just a short drive from Victoria Falls. We believe that aiding a child in learning to read is by far one of...
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