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
Sponsor a Teacher
Rural Schools in Africa and Zimbabwe are often understaffed, but through fundraising the Foundation is able to put extra teachers to work for as little as $300 a month… learn more.
High School Scholarships
The Foundation supports 29 top-performing students from impoverished communities with full scholarships for High School at a cost of US$500 per term or US$1500 for a year… learn more.
Primary School Development, Hwange Main Camp
The Foundation supports 40 orphans and vulnerable children at the school, where $60 will pay for an entire year of education… learn more.
Primary School Development, Mambanje
The Foundation supports 79 orphans and vulnerable children at the school, where just $45 will pay for an entire year of education… learn more.
Rainbow Blaze Marimba Band, Bringing Music into Children’s Lives
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 to music lessons… learn more
The Khwai Village is located in a rural area in Botswana with no school, clinic or access to running water. The Foundation seeks to tackle these challenges, and is making plans in partnership with the community leaders… learn more.
The Foundation has programmes in place that teach Life Skills at both Hwange Main Camp Primary School and Mambanje Primary School. Life skills equip students to thrive in the classroom and the world beyond… learn more.
In partnership with ‘Precious Life Foundation’ to give young ladies experience in the hospitality industry and to set them up to become independent with future job prospects… learn more.