A small group of boys who have been part of CITW Eco-clubs and Camps, now attend a rural Limpopo high school in a neighbouring village where CITW does not operate eco-clubs. They have formed their own environmental club and they have chosen to create a series of posters creating awareness of environmental issues around their village. Janet Wilkinson, from CITW South Africa, has been assisting them with stationery and a digital camera, kindly donated by a WS Johannesburg staff member.
A message to our South African co-ordinator from two of the Makuleke (Pafuri, Kruger NP) SuperKids who've formed their own Eco Club: "Enos said that you are coming this month,so we wanted to ask you when are you coming? We love you so much, keep on doing what you are doing." Destiny is our 'poster boy' – writing on the ground here... Thabo is Mr ‘thumbs up’ with his camp workbook
Last week, CARE hosted tennis superstar Venus Williams on her first trip to Africa. Here, she visits our Sports for Social Change program that empowers girls to become leaders through sports in the Kibera slum of Nairobi, Kenya.