Children in the Wilderness operates regular Eco Clubs to encourage their children to continue with their education as well as keep their love of wildlife alive.

Children in the Wilderness operates regular Eco Clubs to encourage their children to continue with their education as well as keep their love of wildlife alive.

Conservation Science Africa (CSA) have wonderful vegetable garden and worm farm projects in Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe. We are partnering with them to develop vegetable gardens at schools and for eco-clubs...   http://www.we-are-wilderness.com/gallery/742-habu-village-visit-february-2013

Conservation Science Africa (CSA) have wonderful vegetable garden and worm farm projects in Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe. We are partnering with them to develop vegetable gardens at schools and for eco-clubs... http://www.we-are-wilderness.com/gallery/742-habu-village-visit-february-2013

Shashe Eco Club at work - Botswana. They have created their first worm farm unit, conservation tillage plot, transplanted some indigenous tree seedlings and planted some sweet potatoes cuttings all from Conservation Science Africa. This has been made possible by the help of International Development Relief Fund.

Shashe Eco Club at work - Botswana. They have created their first worm farm unit, conservation tillage plot, transplanted some indigenous tree seedlings and planted some sweet potatoes cuttings all from Conservation Science Africa. This has been made possible by the help of International Development Relief Fund.

Shashe Eco Club at work - Botswana. They have created their first worm farm unit, conservation tillage plot, transplanted some indigenous tree seedlings and planted some sweet potatoes cuttings all from Conservation Science Africa. This has been made possible by the help of International Development Relief Fund.

Shashe Eco Club at work - Botswana. They have created their first worm farm unit, conservation tillage plot, transplanted some indigenous tree seedlings and planted some sweet potatoes cuttings all from Conservation Science Africa. This has been made possible by the help of International Development Relief Fund.

Harvesting joy!  Children in the Wilderness launched its first Eco-Club at Shashe Primary School in Maun, Botswana in January 2013. A mere nine months later, this innovative programme has not only made a positive impact to the 55 children who are members of the club, but also to the broader community in Maun.

Harvesting joy! Children in the Wilderness launched its first Eco-Club at Shashe Primary School in Maun, Botswana in January 2013. A mere nine months later, this innovative programme has not only made a positive impact to the 55 children who are members of the club, but also to the broader community in Maun.

In South Africa, the Children in the Wilderness (CITW) programme is built on a foundation of Eco Clubs.  These clubs are hosted by volunteer CITW Eco Mentors and club sessions are usually held in a community school classroom or the grounds of the school on designated afternoons.  In some cases, we endeavour to take children on selected outings to increase their exposure to the natural heritage in their area.

In South Africa, the Children in the Wilderness (CITW) programme is built on a foundation of Eco Clubs. These clubs are hosted by volunteer CITW Eco Mentors and club sessions are usually held in a community school classroom or the grounds of the school on designated afternoons. In some cases, we endeavour to take children on selected outings to increase their exposure to the natural heritage in their area.

EcoClub projects at Tubu Primary School are supported by all the children

EcoClub projects at Tubu Primary School are supported by all the children

Indigenous plants garden Mothlabaneng Primary, Tuli, Botswana

Indigenous plants garden Mothlabaneng Primary, Tuli, Botswana

CITW Eco Club medicinal indigenous garden Mothlabaneng Primary, Tuli, Botswana

CITW Eco Club medicinal indigenous garden Mothlabaneng Primary, Tuli, Botswana

The recent Eco Club hosted by Godfrey Baloyi and Kenneth Makhubele at Pafuri emphasised the Importance of No Littering. Children were also required to remove litter from their school grounds and the area immediately adjacent to their schools.

The recent Eco Club hosted by Godfrey Baloyi and Kenneth Makhubele at Pafuri emphasised the Importance of No Littering. Children were also required to remove litter from their school grounds and the area immediately adjacent to their schools.

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