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Food Security
Children in the Wilderness’ impact extends beyond conservation education. Through Governors’ Camp Collection, we sponsored new kits for three Talanta Africa Football Academy (TAFA) football teams, fostering a sense of pride and unity within the community. Additionally, we continue to support the daily feeding program at TAFA, ensuring that over 150 children receive a nourishing...
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The CITW Botswana team embarked on a trip to Parakarungu Primary School in Botswana Chobe area on 2 July 2024 to meet with the schools’ Environmental Education Club members, and hand over 17 fruit trees for a new orchard. CITW Botswana and the FNBB Foundation have been supporting the school since 2021 after the signing...
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Building on a thriving foundation of Community Liaison Doctor Tipay’s impact work in Tanzanian communities, Wilderness Tanzania recently officially kickstarted the Children in the Wilderness (CITW) programme here. Eco-Mentor Training Preliminary Eco-Mentor training of teachers and volunteers at partner schools was facilitated by Victoria Falls-based Sue Goatley, Wilderness Zambezi’s veteran Impact Manager. After two days...
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The Eco-Club at Children in the Wilderness Botswana’s urban partner school, Tshwaragano Primary School in Gaborone, recently embarked on a vegetable garden project.   Focusing on the Educate and Empower pillars of Wilderness’ impact strategy, the objective of the garden is to help learners to understand the process of growing crops from planting to harvest,...
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Governors’ is dedicated to empowering the next generation of Kenyans through education and community development. We hope you are as inspired by this excerpt from their latest community update as we are! At the TAFA Community Center (a community centre committed to uplifting the lives of the youth living in Kasarani Village on the shores of Lake...
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In May 2024, Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Botswana and Shashe Primary School in Maun embarked on a transformative new vegetable garden project. The team started immediately after the school’s opening on 14 May, by putting up a fence around the school garden to keep unwanted visitors (mainly goats and chickens) out of the plants....
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One of Wilderness Rwanda’s most recent “Empower” initiatives, as part of its core Impact strategy, are the Wilderness Sabyinyo-supported village kitchen gardens established in the Kinigi Sector of Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park area. The gardens are proving a great success, and recently hosted an important visitor. Through the kind donations of guests visiting Wilderness Sabyinyo,...
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This month, SACOLA (the Sabyinyo Community Livelihood Association), in its ongoing commitment to fight malnutrition and promote sustainable practices in the area around Volcanoes National Park, undertook a significant initiative – to donate passion fruit plants to communities in the Kinigi and Nyange sectors. An impressive 8,000 passion fruit plants were donated to 3,750 students...
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The Tuzamurane Co-operative was established when the construction of Wilderness Bisate started. Since then, a strong bond has been forged through numerous mutually beneficial activities between Bisate and the Co-operative. The Tuzamurane Co-operative assists Bisate with the necessary manpower for its reforestation project, members supply fresh produce from their surrounding farms, and through guest donations,...
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Wilderness Sabyinyo supports the surrounding community with kitchen gardens Through the kind donations of guests visiting Sabyinyo, we have been able to support 26 needy households with vegetable or kitchen gardens. A kitchen garden, known as akarima k’igikoni, is one of Rwanda’s home-grown solutions to preventing malnutrition and stunting. In Rwanda, the term is quite...
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