One of our bright young students Tanyaradwa, of Main Camp Primary School recites a poem to some visiting guests on Conservation, standing proudly in the back ground is Mr Magagula his teacher.
Conservation in these vulnerable wildlife areas starts with the people who live there and the best way to build and instil value in the natural world is by educating the children from school level. With this in mind African Bush Camps Foundation along with our partners The Hide Community Trust and Painted Dog Conservation launched the collaborative Primary School Conservation Clubs in various schools around Hwange National Park.
Having the students, who live on the boundary of the National Park, being so passionate about wildlife and conversation is a special and hugely significant part of showing value in the creatures that live amongst us. These children will grow into adults and they will be the next generation of conservationists, guides and champions of wildlife.
Read the full story of the Launch of the Conservation Clubs