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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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One of our most valued partners, Zambezi Schoolbook Project’s container #1 of library books went into rural schools in Zimbabwe ten years ago this month! June 18, 2014 – The first delivery of books goes to Higher Ground School in Hatcliff near Harare Since that time through this project, more than two million books have...
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Wilderness Rwanda’s impact initiatives are hard at work in the area around Gishwati-Mukura National Park, where, in addition to a burgeoning reforestation project, Children in the Wilderness (CITW) is partnered with Gisunzu Primary School and Kinihira Secondary School. The last term of the school year is in full swing at both schools, and our CITW...
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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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We are thrilled to announce the launch of Children in the Wilderness (CITW) Kenya, a programme designed to inspire the next generation of conservationists. Through informative and engaging Eco-Clubs and immersive Eco-Camps, CITW provides conservation education to school children, fostering a deep and lifelong appreciation for the natural world. The process of establishing CITW Kenya...
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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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The Empower pillar of Wilderness’ Impact strategy is the primary driver of its community partnerships, one of which is between Wilderness Sabyinyo and the Sabyinyo Community Livelihood Association (SACOLA) in Rwanda. They recently launched a transformative housing project benefiting villages in the Nyange and Kinigi sectors near the country’s famed Volcanoes National Park. In total...
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The Eco-Club at Shashe Primary School, Wilderness Botswana’s Children in the Wilderness (CITW) partner school in Maun, celebrated the World Environmental Day by discussing the topic of trees. The world’s ecosystems are under threat, with unsustainable patterns of manufacturing and consumption reducing nature and causing biodiversity loss over the years, due to pollution and waste,...
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World Environment Day is celebrated on the 5th of June annually. It’s our opportunity to create awareness for protecting the environment from issues such as climate change and pollution, and to teach future generations to conserve the world around them. Our first urban Eco-Club is based in Windhoek, Namibia, at Michelle McLean Primary School. The...
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