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Eco-Gardens
On Wednesday, 8 November 2023, CITW Namibia ventured into an exciting new partnership with Michelle McLean Primary School, for its first ever urban Eco-Club in Namibia. The aim is not only to facilitate sustainable conservation through leadership development and education of children in Windhoek, but also to grow the programme and ensure that each Wilderness...
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In May the CITW ‘Rhinos’ and ‘Giraffes’ Eco-Club members at Akayange Primary School all attended their weekly environmental lessons. Akayange Primary School is situated just outside Akagera National Park, and most of our guests pass by on their way to or from the Park entrance. Driving past, you quickly notice how well-maintained the school gardens...
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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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April 2022 – Empowers Africa, a non-profit and Wilderness Safaris’ fiscal 501c partner in the United States, recently donated USD10 000 from proceeds of their COVID-19 Relief Fundraiser to the Wilderness Wildlife Trust’s Maltahöhe Community Project. This grant has enabled Wilderness to provide sufficient food hampers to sustain 70 families of four for a month;...
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“We are thrilled to report on the donation of a solar water pump to Otjinungua Mobile School in the far northern Marienfluss Conservancy! This life-changing gift from Bank Windhoek is valued at NAD60 000″, notes Namibia CITW and Community Co-ordinator, Agnes Tjirare. Access to water at the school now makes it possible to implement a...
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CITW Namibia Programme Co-ordinator, Agnes checked in on a few of her partner schools recently. She reports that despite most staff and learners being off the school premises and homeschooling during lockdown, their eco-gardens are still alive, with numerous vegetables thriving, including cabbages, tomatoes, onions, pumpkins, corn and beetroot! From the fruit tree donation contributed...
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Lupani Primary School’s eco-garden is flourishing thanks to dedicated teachers and community members who have been tending to it throughout the last few months while schools have been closed because of COVID-19. Lupani is located just north of Kazungula, about 75 kilometres from Livingstone in Zambia, and is one of the seven schools in the...
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