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Thanks to many generous donors during 2020, Children in the Wilderness Zambezi has been able to distribute 2 706 food packs to those most in need. This equates to 108 tonnes of food, and has impacted approximately 13 530 people over the year, providing them with much-needed food relief at a time when so many...
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After a request from the Gishwati community committee to Children in the Wilderness and Wilderness Safaris Rwanda, and thanks to generous donations from Wilderness Safaris’ guests, we were able to assist Gisunzu Primary School and the surrounding community with a special chicken egg-farming project at the start of this year. In the villages close to...
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The last few days of 2020 have been particularly exciting for Akayange and Kayange villages, as well as Akayange Primary School. With the help of a generous donation from a Wilderness Safaris Rwanda guest, we have been able to install a solar borehole to provide water to 280 households consisting of more than 1 400...
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The Central Kalahari Game Reserve (CKGR) COVID-Relief food drive is the hardest drive of all our Botswana outreaches – not in terms of the volume of food parcels that need to be delivered, but the sheer expanse of kilometres that need to be covered, and the extremely rough terrain to get to these remote villages....
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Sixty-eight Days for Girls hygiene kits were distributed to the Jabulani community, just outside of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. This was the second distribution from recent donations from the Stanwood Camano Island Chapter Group in the USA, and Brooke Shaw in Australia. For this distribution, we chose to give the kits to women of the Jabulani...
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Children in the Wilderness and Wilderness Safaris Rwanda’s support for the Gishwati communities continued this month, with another round of food parcels distributed to the most disadvantaged families in the area.   The team packed and prepared 1 735 kg of maize, 888 kg of beans and 230 soap bars (with a total value of...
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CITW Namibia works closely with the Sesfontein Health Centre through a nutrition and deworming initiative, as well as COVID-19 awareness offered jointly through Eco-Clubs. The facility was established in 1960 by Dr Nell and Nurse Julia Ganuses in Sesfontein. Mr Shikale, who is a registered nurse in charge of the health facility, started a small...
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Staff from the Mogalakwena Research Centre in Limpopo Province today visited Modikwa School and Kibi Clinic to deliver sanitiser and mask donations that had been kindly donated by Skoert Products and Elizabeth Lategan a couple of weeks ago. The masks were gratefully received by Mr Masilo Kobe, social worker at the clinic. Portia Phokela CITW...
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CITW Namibia Programme Co-ordinator, Agnes checked in on a few of her partner schools recently. She reports that despite most staff and learners being off the school premises and homeschooling during lockdown, their eco-gardens are still alive, with numerous vegetables thriving, including cabbages, tomatoes, onions, pumpkins, corn and beetroot! From the fruit tree donation contributed...
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CITW South Africa has received a number of wonderful donations, and some of our Johannesburg staff headed out to hand these over to our various communities. Bongani Baloyi handing over sanitisers and masks for the Makuleke schools and clinic First stop was the Simson community near Alldays in Limpopo. Here we handed over donated hand...
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