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In 2017 photographer Angelica Mills and CITW Bobirwa had the great good fortune to meet each other! Our Bobirwa Cluster annual camp at Mashatu was her first time volunteering as an Eco-Mentor, and here she shares a few wonderful memories from this watershed experience. “Your destiny is to fulfil those things upon which you focus...
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A US family who stayed at Wilderness Safaris Magashi over Christmas 2020 decided that instead of having presents for themselves under the Magashi Christmas tree, they would like to donate backpacks full of school supplies to Akayange Primary School. Could Children in the Wilderness help them to organise this? Yes of course, with pleasure! The...
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After a recent generous donation, CITW Malawi’s Symon Chibaka was able to organise a series of workshops for YES and Eco-Club children to learn more about COVID-19… what it is, how to protect themselves and their families from it, and through diet, how to build strong immune systems. Learning About COVID-19 Mr Nyirenda, a Health...
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After successfully planting trees at Gisunzu Primary School, close to Gishwati Forest, last week CITW Rwanda concentrated its reforestation focus on Bisate Primary and Secondary schools. At the primary school, teachers and learners from our CITW Eco-Club planted a total of 65 trees, while at the secondary school students from the CITW YES Club (who...
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Photographer and CITW Eco-Mentor volunteer, Angelica Mills, describes a few of the amazing moments experienced on the Bobirwa Cluster’s 2019 annual camp held at Mashatu Game Reserve. The children often arrive feeling shy and unsure of what lies ahead but after the first song, lots of hugs and high-fives, they start to bounce with excitement...
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Great news this month for our Children in the Wilderness programme in Rwanda is that the schools are open, and the students have returned, after a closure of more than seven months due to COVID-19. This means that the 80 students at Bisate Secondary School, who are sponsored with a scholarship through generous contributions from...
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Every year, towards the end of November, Chihame Eco-Club at Chintheche celebrates the beginning of tree-planting season, especially as some tree species need planting early, at the beginning of the rainy season. The club is planning to plant over 1 000 seedlings between December 2020 and March next year. The Nanthomba Tree Nursery is managed...
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Earlier this month a fantastic gift of 395 school books from Manase Construction was offered to the Tuli Conservation Trust (TCT) for direct donation to Motlhabaneng Primary School. On Friday morning, 11 December, CITW Bobirwa Progamme Co-ordinator Tanya McKenzie and the TCT’s Eloise Holton delivered the books to the primary school. Some of the books...
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With the easing of COVID lockdown restrictions, most schools in Namibia have resumed face-to-face teaching. Our Namibia Programme Co-ordinator, Agnes Tjirare, took the opportunity to excite the learners with a few last activities for the year. She also met with with school heads to plan for next year.
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Mainza Mweeba was born in Sinde Village, Southern Province, Zambia, into a family of five children. His parents are subsistence farmers – the main form of livelihood in this region. Education is often not prioritised in this area, with few parents encouraging their children to attend school and get an education. Noticing that few people...
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