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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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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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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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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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The Tuzamurane Co-operative was established when the construction of Wilderness Bisate started. Since then, a strong bond has been forged through numerous mutually beneficial activities between Bisate and the Co-operative. The Tuzamurane Co-operative assists Bisate with the necessary manpower for its reforestation project, members supply fresh produce from their surrounding farms, and through guest donations,...
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Children in the Wilderness Rwanda’s (CITW) partner primary school in the Gishwati Forest area, Gisunzu Primary School, is growing, with many new learners enrolling for classes. Since Wilderness and Gisunzu Primary School partnered in 2019, the students have been participating more actively, and there are significantly fewer dropouts! Not only that, but the new students...
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Wilderness Sabyinyo, was Rwanda’s first community-owned lodge. It is operated by Wilderness Rwanda but owned by the Sabyinyo Community Livelihood Association (SACOLA) community trust, in partnership with the African Wildlife Foundation and the International Gorilla Conservation Programme. SACOLA was established to receive rental and other income from Sabyinyo, such as lease fees paid by the...
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In March 2024, Wilderness Rwanda and Children in the Wilderness had the opportunity to support 407 Bisate Primary and Secondary school girls with re-usable sanitary pads. This impactful initiative aims to empower the female students by providing them with essential menstrual health products and information. Menstrual health is a topic that is often overlooked, yet...
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In March 2024, Children in the Wilderness and Wilderness Rwanda facilitated the donation of 55 goats to individual families in the Akayange Community just outside Akagera National Park. This distribution was made possible by kind donations from guests visiting Wilderness in Rwanda. The Akayange Community committee assisted our team members Aline and Damascene with the...
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Wilderness Damaraland Camp was delighted to host Miss Namibia 2023, Jameela |Uiras and facilitate her reintroduction to her to her cultural roots in this breath-taking landscape. Damaraland Camp is extremely proud of its three-decade partnership with the Torra Conservancy, and the positive impact the joint venture has had on the communities here. During her visit,...
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