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US-based The Traveling School offers teenage girls between 15 and 18 the opportunity to explore the world and learn about themselves through academic, physical, and cultural challenges. Sixteen motivated young women and four inspiring teachers travel to a unique region of the globe for 15 weeks. Students earn full credit, immerse themselves in new cultures,...
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Deforestation is one of the most significant challenges faced in both Zambia and Zimbabwe. As a way to address this, afforestation and learning about the importance of trees is a crucial part of the CITW Programme. At the beginning of Term 3, each school in the Zambezi region received five indigenous trees to plant on...
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Aline Umutoniโ€™s deep commitment to conservation and community empowerment has taken her from strength to strength, and motivated her to positively contribute to the lives of many. In September 2019, she was promoted to Wilderness Safaris Rwanda โ€“ Children in the Wilderness (CITW) and Community Coordinator, which will give her the ideal platform to continue...
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Mabolwe Primary School Eco-Club cleaned up their community – well done! You are shining examples to your community.
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Our Eco-Club in Gobojango, Bobirwa (Botswana) conducted our Eco-Club lesson ‘Birds of a Feather’. They made use of bird books which were donated to their school, and even built their own birdbath! Well done Gobojango!
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Our Eco-Club at Mathathane Primary School in Bobirwa celebrated Arbour Day earlier this month. A few of our children wrote this poem about trees: Our poem Poem of a tree I tree I am shining like a diamond in the skyI provide many things for you but you still destroy meI am the one who...
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Have a look at Mothlabaneng Primary School’s Eco-Club vegetable garden produce! Beautiful, healthy vegetables, and such happy, smiley faces!
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Our Eco-Club at Gobojango Primary School in Bobirwa Botswana, had a lesson on tortoises, turtles and terrapins (and tongue twisters!). Our wonderful Eco-Mentor took the initiative and had the students make their own creatures out of clay ๐Ÿ™‚
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Semolale Primary School in Bobirwa Region, Botswana, had a little bit of fun earlier this week. Our clever Eco-Mentors planted a few animal tracks around the school and had the children identify the animals who would have left them ๐Ÿ™‚ All in an effort to help the children be aware of the animals they might...
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We have constant, special reminders of Wilderness Safaris stalwart, and Children in the Wilderness chairman (and greatest supporter), Russel Friedman, who sadly passed away in February 2018. Russel was instrumental in the implementation of our programme, both the day-to-day ins and outs, and the big picture of how to achieve our goals. His passion, drive and...
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