In celebration of Mandela Day, Bongani Baloyi (Children in the Wilderness Regional Programme Coordinator) implemented a knitting project in the Johannesburg Wilderness Safaris offices. Mandela Day is an annual international day in honour of Nelson Mandela, celebrated each year on 18 July, Mandela’s birthday. By devoting 67 minutes of their time – one minute for every year of Mr. Mandela’s public service – people can make a small gesture of solidarity with humanity and a step towards a global…
Wilderness Safaris: Highlights of 2017 - Children in the Wilderness programme
Annual Eco-Club Camp at Mvuu Camp in Malawi is off to a great start – Children in the Wilderness
Children in the Wilderness says THANK YOU for your support in 2017!
Johannesburg Eco-Club – All about trees – Children in the Wilderness
In an effort to improve literacy in the Zambezi region, we have partnered with South African-based NPO WordWorks. Twenty six Grade 0-2 teachers from Zimbabwe and Zambia attended a five-day training workshop, with the aim of learning a WordWorks-devised foundation programme to better literacy.
Beautiful photo essay from #BeyondTheDesertEdge's Jacques Marais on his epic and inspiring adventure and fundraising campaign for Children in the Wilderness with Peter Van Kets.
Travel Africa reports on Children in the Wilderness – Children in the Wilderness
Read the July to September 2017 news from Children in the Wilderness South Africa
Calling South African supporters! Would you care to assist Children in the Wilderness with this amazing fundraising opportunity? #MakeADifference
Melusi Ndlovu, an orphan from Kapane Village in the Tsholotsho area of Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe, lives with his grandparents who are both subsistence farmers, joined the scholarship programme in 2008 while in primary school. He caught the attention of Ron Goatley, MD for Wilderness Safaris, Zambezi Region who was assisting his wife with a delivery of text books to Children in the Wilderness schools. Despite his size, Melusi was first in line to help with offloading the boxes of books...
Cycle the Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge for Children in the Wilderness! Your hard work and training for the Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge deserves a bit of bragging about. Add to that your support for our environmental education and life skills programme, and you’ll have full gloating rights! With every kilometre you ride for CITW you’re helping us work towards our vision of developing sustainable conservation through leadership development.
Accompanied by Bisate Lodge manager Aline, Group Sustainability Manager Dr Sue Snyman spent some in the Bisate community last week ahead of Children in the Wilderness' exciting plans to introduce CITW projects at Bisate Primary School in January 2018, with some Eco-Mentor training before then...