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Eco-Club
CITW Zambezi’s annual Eco-Club camp was held at Wilderness Toka Leya in mid-March. Twenty-eight students and four children from seven partner primary schools around Livingstone spent four days of fun and learning at this magical camp on the banks of the Zambezi River. Themed around biodiversity, in addition to understanding the hospitality industry, through educational...
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In line with our Wilderness Impact strategy, this month, Aline Umutoni and Jean Damascene Nkuriragenda visited the seven schools that we partner with on Educate projects. We are very proud of the proactive CITW clubs in the schools, and wanted to celebrate this with the students by supporting them with Club T-shirts. The schools now...
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Wilson Chiyembekezo – Bachelor’s Degree in Physics, University of Malawi; pictured with Symon Chibaka, CITW Malawi Programme Co-ordinator Wilson comes from a small family in Traditional Authority (TA) Liwonde on the eastern side of Liwonde National Park. Wilson’s parents and grandparents lived in the area which is currently Liwonde National Park for many years, and...
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Very kind and thoughtful Swiss guests travelled to Wilderness Bisate with almost 60kg of extra luggage! Their additional luggage was filled with school materials like pencils, backpacks, notebooks, and more, as listed on the Pack for a Purpose packing list. Our CITW Rwanda colleagues Aline and Damascene distributed the supplies to our partner schools in...
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Children in the Wilderness Zambezi recently concluded its annual camp for Eco-Club students from the Tsholotsho region, south of Hwange National Park, at the enchanting Wilderness Davison’s. The atmosphere was vibrant with song, dance, and anticipation, as 28 Grade 6 students and four teachers from various primary schools embarked on a three-night adventure filled with...
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On 9 March 2024, Kelly and Gaba from Children in the Wilderness Botswana (CITW), together with Wilderness Botswana Community Liaison Officer, Sam Kavindama, embarked on a trip to Gunotsoga Primary School to meet the Altmans, a group of eight Wilderness guests. The guests had expressed an interest in visiting the school, and flew into Gunotsoga...
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The Headmistress of Bisate Primary School, Dancille Mukakamari, together with the school’s teachers and the parents’ committee, organised a special event on the 28th of February. They invited all the parents of the learners to the school and explained to them that the school has been partnered with Wilderness and Children in the Wilderness since...
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Since 2016, the communities on the eastern side of Liwonde National Park have been asking CITW to consider establishing a tree nursery for their residents in order to plant the seedlings in their gardens, at their homes and in all other community centres, as a way of restoring the degraded soil and community forests. Above:...
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Aline and Jean Damascene, our hard-working CITW team in Rwanda, visited our three partner secondary schools to meet with the CITW Scholarship students and their parents. Rwabiharamba Secondary School, Akagera area In Rwanda we support 177 CITW Scholarship students for the duration of their six years of secondary schooling; the scholarships include school fees, uniforms...
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The EDUCATE pillar of Wilderness’ Impact strategy is hard at work in Kenya through Wilderness’ Kenyan partner, Governors’ Camp Collection. Read their latest report below. We are very pleased to be sponsoring another year of Wildlife Clubs’ membership for 30 new Mara Rianda Primary School students in the Masai Mara. This is run in collaboration...
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