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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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The need for students to have a meal while at school is more important than ever, due to the increasing number of children throughout Zimbabwe coming to school on empty stomachs. Because of this, CITW Zambezi is enormously proud of the Chidobe Primary School Eco-Club, which has been able to set up and establish a...
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Following the success of the first Foundations for Farming workshop in Zimbabwe, CITW Zambezi rolled out the programme to five of our Zambian partner schools and their surrounding communities. The week was packed with successful workshops in each of the school gardens, with some 327 people attending the farming training. These people included teachers, Eco-Mentors,...
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We are thrilled to advise that from Monday 25 July through Saturday 30 July. Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Rwanda will be running a conservation camp for a total of 80 P6 students. The children are all members of the Environmental Clubs at four schools in the Kinigi area: Bisate, Kabara, Rushubi and Kabwende primary...
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It is with great sadness that we bid farewell to a truly inspirational lady: Mrs Dube, who is retiring as Head Teacher of St Mary’s Primary School.   In honour of all the amazing work Mrs Dube has done for the school, we wanted to show our immense appreciation, and honoured her with a small...
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In November last year, the Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Botswana team and Tlamelo Bothma, Okavango Wilderness Safaris’ (OWS) Office Manager, came up with ideas to encourage OWS staff to give back to CITW. The team decided to rent spaces to staff in the Maun office complex for BWP50 per person, to sell any household...
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In the first week of February 2022, the Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Botswana team facilitated the launch of the Beetsha Poultry Project at the village primary school. On 20 May, the team went back to the school to deliver and install cages for the laying hens. “We can now report with great joy that...
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May was marked with a hive of activities in the school gardens at eight of our CITW Zambezi Tsholotsho partner schools, namely, Ngamo, Ziga, Mtshayeli, Mlevu, Kapane and Jakalasi primary schools. Ngamo and Kapane secondaries also had the opportunity to participate in exciting training organised by the Foundations for Farming team. The training took place...
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