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When you Pack For a Purpose at Siringit in Tanzania you support The Baraa Primary School which is a government primary school in the Moshono area of Arusha, located within walking distance from Onsea House. Together with the iThemba Foundation, Machweo believes in supporting development through education.

Through its registered charity, African Bush Camps Foundation, Somalisa Camp in Zimbabwe supports schools and education in the Dete area. Currently, it mainly supports Hwange Main Camp Primary School, a school of 114 students with 37 orphan and vulnerable children, and Mambanje Primary School, a very remote school of 150 students with 72 orphans and vulnerable children.

Damaraland Camp in Namibia supports Jacob Basson which is a small primary school that supports 450 children from ages 6 though 16 years old in the town of Bergsig. Bergsig is in the remote Kunene region of Namibia and provides important primary education to all children in the area.

Rocktail Beach Camp in South Africa support Vululwazi Primary School which serves 160 children between the ages of 6 and 14 years old.

Kingfisher EcoLodgein Laos is working with the Ban Khiet Ngong School to help support the education of the 200 children ranging in age from 3-15.

Vacation Rentals in Cartagena in Colombia supports La Vecina Foundation which helps underprivileged children mainly in the impoverished La Boquilla area of Cartagena by providing them with education and support so that they will have a better future. This support includes education, recreational activities, food, as well as medical, psychological, and social support.

Ratua Private Island in Vanuatu supports One Child One Bag, which provides book bags with needed school supplies to 1000 children each year all around Vanuatu Schools. The students range in age from 4 to 12. In addition to One Child One Bag we also built class rooms for 48 students at the Narajawilu Schools, built classrooms and desks in the school of Ariki Island and repaired the water tank roof and implemented a water collection system for the Amapaleo School in Malo.

Yellow Zebra Safaris in Malawi supports the Mbongo Primary School which serves 120 students from the ages of 4 to 12 in Likoma Island in Lake Malawi. Yellow Zebra Safaris supports the school by using part of the commission we make from each holiday to pay enough funding to support one additional child to attend Mbungo School for a year. This includes all the equipment that child will need for school from their very school meals, uniform, books and stationary.