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During the month of October, all 15 CITW Malawi Eco-Clubs were engaged in conducting interviews with field experts on their Changing the Lens on Conservation subjects. Children (the writers) interview a field expert from African Parks at Liwonde The organisations included: •             African Parks – Liwonde (Wildlife conservation and eco-tourism stories/issues) •             Wilderness Safaris –...
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June 2021 – Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Botswana and the FNBB Foundation have joined hands at Parakarungu Primary School to sensitise more than 200 children to sustainable environmental conservation. Over this 3-year partnership, the FNBB Foundation has committed BWP767 473 towards the implementation of an environmental education, life skills and leadership development programme to...
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In June 2021 Wilderness Safaris and Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Rwanda were able to complete specific projects, and implement a number of others. With donations from our amazing guests and the Chairman’s Foundation, we have been able to improve the lives of many people in the communities in the vicinity of Magashi Camp at...
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During the last week of June 2021, humanitarian Anton Poplett and his team of volunteers travelled some 4 500 km from Cape Town to Botswana’s Bobirwa Sub-district in the south-east of the country. Their mission: to conduct eye tests on approximately 2 300 children aged 9-14, and some adults, at CITW partner schools, and to dispense eyeglasses...
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Gisunzu Primary School in Rwanda has seen some huge improvements since they partnered with CITW and Wilderness Safaris. The newest project, just completed, focused on improving the school grounds. The vision was to transform what previously looked more like a construction site and barren land into a volleyball court, with proper drainage to avoid floods...
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Tuesday 18 May 2021 was a very special day for all the students in P5 and P6 at one of Children in the Wilderness’ (CITW’s) partner schools in Rwanda: Akayange Primary School (situated in the village closest to Akagera National Park, where Magashi is located). With permission from the Ministry of Education and the district...
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Our CITW Zambezi team has been very busy getting organised for their Eco-Club supplies distribution for Term 2! The time had finally come, where schools were open and likely to stay, With plans in place, we couldn’t wait another day. Oh the reunion of our Eco-Club family so close to our heart, Packed and loaded...
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Children in the Wilderness and Wilderness Safaris’ essential supplies support to the Gishwati communities continued in April with a food parcel distribution to 160 families; Eco-Clubs also resumed at Gisunzu Primary School and Aline checked up on the chicken project in the villages. A year after our first COVID-19 relief project in April 2020, where...
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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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