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February was off to a busy start for the CITW Zambezi team, who were able to carry out the first of four Eco-Mentor trainings for 2023. With 59 Eco-Clubs spread across Zimbabwe and Zambia, the first Eco-Mentor training entailed 56 Eco-Mentors from 23 of our Victoria Falls, Lupane and Hwange Eco-Clubs gathering in Victoria Falls...
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Completed Diploma level in 2018 Graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in 2022 from the Bunda College of Agriculture (University of Malawi) From 2008 to 2011 Davie was a CITW Malawi Eco-Club member, after which he joined the YES Club programme. Seeing his potential, CITW organised a scholarship through the Wilderness Wildlife Trust for Davie to...
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In December 2022, Central African Wilderness Safaris (CAWS) invited Children in the Wilderness (CITW) to conduct environmental education sessions at Mvuu Camp for the Eco-Clubs around Liwonde National Park. This is in line with the annual programme of children’s environmental camps that CAWS has supported and sponsored since 2003, after a break of some three...
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Every year Wilderness closes one of its camps in Botswana for a few days in order to host a Children in the Wilderness (CITW) end-of-year camp. These camps are three-day conservation experiences aimed at educating, inspiring and creating leaders who will hopefully become the future custodians of Botswana’s pristine wilderness areas. This year from 11...
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Rwanda’s new school year started in October 2022, heralding a very exciting time for the six schools that Wilderness Rwanda’s non-profit, Children in the Wilderness (CITW), partners within the company’s three areas of operation. In addition to the current 110 scholarships, 30 new CITW scholarships have been awarded! This means a total of 140 students...
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We are so pleased to announce that thanks to a very kind and generous donor, CITW Zambezi has been able to pay USD10 000 worth of school fees to St Mary’s Primary School. This donation covers the school fees for every student at the school until the end of 2022. With the ramifications of COVID-19, and...
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Rwanda’s new school year started in October 2022, heralding a very exciting time for the six schools that Wilderness Rwanda’s non-profit, Children in the Wilderness (CITW), partners with in the company’s three areas of operation. In addition to the current 110 scholarships, 30 new CITW scholarships have been awarded! This means a total of 140...
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The Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Botswana team, accompanied by artist Mr Setshwantsho, travelled to Seronga between 16 and 19 September 2022, to create a map of Botswana, including its physical features. Social Studies is one of our national primary schools’ required subjects, to promote children’s knowledge about the environment, physical and human geography. Seronga...
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This year CITW’s Open Day programme had three events, which were conducted in TA Liwonde, on the eastern side of Liwonde National Park; TA Kalembo, on the western side of Liwonde National Park; and in TA Malanda, at Chintheche on the Nkhata Bay lakeshore. Children explain to Government officials and local leaders about recycling waste...
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It’s been a busy time for our Victoria Falls-based CITW Zambezi team. Sue Goatley, Programme Co-ordinator and Community Development Officer for the region, gives us an overview of their current Zimbabwean projects. INCOME-GENERATING GROUPS Baskets In a bid to establish a project in rural areas that would make a difference, CITW decided to utilise soft...
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