Providing opportunities for children and their families to take school funding into their own hands, and reinforce active participation in their own development.
The Foundation supports vulnerable children within primary schools as well as AIDS orphans through scholarships and funding for secondary schooling. We also work with schools surrounding Hwange National Park, currently focusing on two primary schools, the Hwange Main Camp Primary School and Manbanje Primary School, which previously received the least assistance and were in the most need of support.
African Bush Camps Foundation recognizes education as an integral part of sustainable development, in developing attitudes, skills and knowledge to allow communities to make informed decisions for their own benefit.
UNESCO states that through education one can address the social, economic, cultural and environmental problems faced by the world today.
Video: A brief look at some of our Education projects
Lack of electric power means that scholars are unable to continue with their studies after dark. Many students currently depend on fires or candles to do their reading and homework.
Base for Wildlife Management Unit of Hwange National Park
Mambanje is one of the most remote and underdeveloped communities in the Hwange Region of Zimbabwe, the Mambanje Community has identified education as a critical need for their development.
We partner with communities on the outskirts of wildlife areas to become economically sustainable whilst ensuring that natural resources are protected and cared for. We believe that by partnering with these communities in establishing sustainable programs of education,...
Sponsoring a child through Education
Rainbow Blaze Marimba Band’s soul is heard when they play their memorable tunes, African Bush Camps Foundation has partnered with this Group to reach out and teach children Marimba's and for the first time giving the young learners access...
We have partnered with a local Bulawayo organization ‘Precious Life Foundation’ which identifies vulnerable girls and women from difficult backgrounds and together we place them in 6 month Internships in Zimbabwe in the Hospitality Industry.
Life skills equip students to thrive in the classroom and the world beyond.
The Foundation seeks to establish a school in this rural Botswana village.