Being part of the volunteer team on the Nedbank Tour de Tuli is certainly an honour and privilege. I enjoy coming back each year, as the Tour gives me the opportunity to be part of a network of people who are dedicated to making a difference in people’s lives – not only for the riders,...Read More
From 13-16 May CITW Malawi, with support from Ian Strange of the UK, organised special lessons for Eco-Club children from around Liwonde National Park. In total over 80 children and 20 youth, along with nine Eco-Mentors and teachers from eight Eco-Clubs, participated at their respective Eco-Club centres. The events launched special Eco-Club lessons to assure...Read More
After being raised by his uncle who was a poacher, and who was shot at by Liwonde National Park rangers while in the act of wildlife poaching, Eliot Felix would like nothing more than to see his community understand the benefits of wildlife conservation and the fruits of ecotourism. Eliot as a CITW camper in...Read More
A champion of CITW Namibia, Zambian-born Jack grew up in Ndola in the Copperbelt Province, before he moved to Namibia in 1993, when his dad started working for the Namibian government. After completing his secondary education at Centaurus High School in Windhoek, he went on to study at the University of Namibia, earning a Bachelor...Read More
“Let’s meet Botswana’s Auntie Kei”, writes her fellow Eco-Mentor, Lesley. “She was an Eco-Club member at Gunotsoga Primary School and a camper in 2009 at Jacana Camp when I first met her in 2017 during her interview to further her studies at the Southern African Wildlife College (sponsored by CITW). I saw passion in her...Read More
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