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Since 2016, the communities on the eastern side of Liwonde National Park have been asking CITW to consider establishing a tree nursery for their residents in order to plant the seedlings in their gardens, at their homes and in all other community centres, as a way of restoring the degraded soil and community forests. Above:...
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Aline and Jean Damascene, our hard-working CITW team in Rwanda, visited our three partner secondary schools to meet with the CITW Scholarship students and their parents. Rwabiharamba Secondary School, Akagera area In Rwanda we support 177 CITW Scholarship students for the duration of their six years of secondary schooling; the scholarships include school fees, uniforms...
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In January the Gishwati Community Committee came together for a meeting that is held three times a year. During the meeting, projects that are underway were discussed, as well as future projects to implement next at the schools and in the community. The members, who represent the greater Gishwati area, thanked Wilderness for their support...
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With the support of generous Bisate and Sabyinyo guests, Wilderness and Children in the Wilderness (CITW) in Rwanda have been able to assist Bisate Primary School and the surrounding community with brand-new sports courts. Suitable for basketball and volleyball, of course they can be used for other sports and activities too. Amounting to a total...
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At Wilderness Magashi’s partner schools Akayange Primary and Rwabiharamba Secondary, the weekly environmental classes are met with great enthusiasm by the students.  At Akayange Primary School, 60 learners partake in the weekly CITW Eco-Club, while at Rwabiharamba Secondary School, 65 students attend the weekly CITW Yes Club.  In November, our Aline and Damascene ensured that...
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CITW’s scholarship programme currently sponsors a total of 177 students for six years of schooling – at Bisate Secondary School near Wilderness Bisate, Rwabiharamba Secondary School in the area just outside Akagera National Park, where Wilderness Magashi is located, and Kinihira Secondary School, close to Gishwati Forest. However, since the programme has been running the...
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Children in the Wilderness Malawi’s Symon Chibaka is counting down to the end of a remarkable year, and celebrating some of his members’, and former students’, key achievements. First up are Davie Nkosi and Andrew Viano, both members of CITW’s Executive National Committee, and both of whom have achieved great success in their chosen careers....
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Okavango Wilderness Safaris gathered stakeholders from its exclusive Botswana Members Club programme at The Patio Restaurant in Gaborone, to express its heartfelt gratitude for the Members’ ongoing support, and the positive impact they enable. The Wilderness Members Club, inaugurated in 2012 and launched in Botswana in 2017, invites Southern African residents to join the Wilderness...
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The start of the school year at the end of September means that all CITW Eco-Clubs in the Gishwati area were in full swing in October. At Gisunzu Primary School, 64 learners attend weekly environmental lessons. Since 26 students from the Eco-Club continued on to the secondary school this year, we could select 26 new...
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Before joining Wilderness, Jean Damascene worked as a Social and Religious Studies teacher at various schools in Rwanda’s Northern Province for five years. Jean Damascene’s journey in environmental education began in 2018 when Bisate Primary School partnered with Wilderness Bisate for the Children in the Wilderness (CITW) programme. He became an Eco-Mentor, leading the Eco-Clubs...
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