CITW ponders more conservation clubs

FRANCISTOWN: The programme manager of Children in the Wilderness (CITW), Lesego Moiteela, has said they were thinking of opening more environmental conservation clubs in rural communities in which they work within.

One of the main aims of the environmental conservation clubs is to teach children how to conserve the environment and impart leadership skills to the children from a young age.

Speaking to Mmegi on the sidelines of Wilderness Safaris stakeholder engagement dinner at Marang Hotel on Tuesday night, Moiteela said that funds permitting, their wish is to open more Eco-Clubs around the country in places like Sowa Town and Orapa where there are wildlife activities.

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