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26
Oct

Zambezi: Zambia and Zimbabwe Quarterly News

COUNTRY NEWS: ZAMBEZI REGION – ZAMBIA AND ZIMBABWE The Zambezi region covers Zambia and Zimbabwe.  Click here for all the latest news for July to September 2016.
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26
Oct

South Africa Quarterly Community News: Third Quarter 2016

COUNTRY NEWS: SOUTH AFRICA For an update on all the news from South Africa for July to September 2016, please click here.
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26
Oct

Namibia Quarterly Community News: Third Quarter 2016

COUNTRY NEWS: NAMIBIA For all the latest news from Namibia for July to September 2016, please click here.
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26
Oct

GMTFCA & Regional Community News: Third Quarter 2016

Click here to read the news from the Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation Area (GMTFCA) and Regional news from July to September 2016.
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26
Oct

Malawi Quarterly Community News: Third Quarter 2016

COUNTRY NEWS: MALAWI Please click here to read all the news from Malawi for July to September 2016.
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26
Oct

Botswana Quarterly Community News: Third Quarter 2016

COUNTRY NEWS:  BOTSWANA Please click here to read all the third quarter’s news from Botswana.  
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15
Oct

Annual CITW camp at Rocktail Camp, South Africa

We hosted another successful annual camp at Rocktail Beach Camp for 6 girls and 6 boys from each of the schools – Vululwazi and Kwamqobela Primary Schools. A teacher from each school also attended.  The extremely overcast, windy and sometimes rainy weather did not deter and the outdoor activities included beach games and a trip...
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10
Oct

Tsholotsho Careers Day 2016, Zimbabwe

The Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Youth Environmental Stewardship (YES) Programme focuses on secondary school children with commitment and potential, these students are identified on annual CITW Camps and in Eco-Clubs as showing a particular interest in conservation and/or leadership potential. The YES curriculum is an extension of concepts introduced at CITW Eco-Clubs and annual CITW Camps, with a greater...
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01
Oct

The Shoe that Grows, Botswana

In most rural African villages for a child to have a pair of shoes is a privilege.  It was from seeing children running barefeet in dirty waters, bad sanitation with no shoes to protect them, that an idea of a project called “the shoe that grows” was born by Kenton Lee, the founder. The idea started...
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