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03
Jul

Where is he now? Naledi Kgoba – A true Children in the Wilderness champion

Naledi Kgoba from Botswana is a true champion of Children in the Wilderness (CITW). Naledi was first involved with CITW in 2009 as an Eco-Club member and attended annual CITW camps while he was in school. He now regularly volunteers as an Eco-Mentor on CITW camps, and last year was a beneficiary of an SAWC bursary....
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30
Jun

Agnes Tjirare from Children in the Wilderness Namibia, talks to 99FM about our programme

Agnes Tjirare from Children in the Wilderness Namibia, joined 99FM in studio. She spoke about the Children in the Wilderness Programme, an environmental and life skills educational programme for children, focusing on the next generation of decision-makers; inspiring them to care for their natural heritage and to become the custodians of these areas in the future. Listen to the...
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30
Jun

The Great Wilderness Knit-Off in Celebration of Mandela Day, South Africa

Driven by Bongani Baloyi, the Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Team is running a great knit-off for Nelson Mandela Day. As a way of celebrating this day we have invited the Wilderness Safaris and CITW office in Johannesburg to knit scarves which we will donate to underprivileged children living in and around Johannesburg to keep them...
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30
Jun

Where is she now? Children in the Wilderness student Delphine Ndlovu shines through school

Delphine was a camper with Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Zimbabwe in 2009. Her Super Camper Qualities at camp stated: Delphine is a quiet, conscientious young lady. She is kind and helpful at all times and is popular amongst her peers. Delphine completed her primary schooling at Ngamo Primary School and started her secondary schooling...
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29
Jun

Kwamqobela Primary School gets a makeover from Children in the Wilderness volunteers

Children in the Wilderness volunteer, Lawrence Mallen, with his team of volunteer community ladies begins repairing and painting Kwamqobela Primary School’s library, staff room and Principal’s office. Kwamqobela Primary School is in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Well done, Team! We’re looking forward to seeing the end result.  
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29
Jun

Where is she now? Grace Konidaris excels at the Southern African Wildlife College

Grace is 24 years old and comes from Kitwe village near Livingstone, Zambia. She completed her secondary education at Kalulusshi High School in 2011, where she obtained a full certificate. In 2016, her passion for the environment and wildlife landed her at the Southern African Wildlife College in South Africa, where she studied a bridging...
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28
Jun

Where is she now? Amy Coetzee from Namibia aims to inspire

Amy Coetzee is from Klein Aub village in the Rehoboth Rural Constituency in the Hardarp region in central Namibia. She first joined Children in the Wilderness in 2009 when she was in Grade 9. She is currently studying towards an accounting degree at the University of Namibia. “I can’t express how fortunate I feel to...
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27
Jun

Where is she now? Mercy Mapiko from Malawi – creating happy smiles in her community

Mercy first joined CITW in 2007 as an Eco-Club member. She is now at the Malawi College of Health Sciences, studying dentistry. She is also an active member of the YES Club in her community.
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26
Jun

CITW Eco-Club Coordinator Rhulani Ngwemyama distributes water containers, Makuleke South Africa

Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Eco-Club Coordinator Rhulani Ngwenyama from the Makuleke Community in Limpopo, South Africa, distributed CITW water containers to various Makuleke stakeholders. There were big smiles in the community, as these containers will make fresh drinking water easy to access. See the happy recipients’ smiles below…
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