Began in 2003.
Hosts between 50 and 96 children per annum at Mvuu Camp in the Liwonde National Reserve and Chintheche Inn on Lake Malawi.
Conservation and the sustainable use of the Lake are keys elements in the environmental curriculum. Due to the proximity of the Lake, learning to swim is one of the life skills taught.
A large number of school scholarship programmes and job mentorship programmes are offered on a yearly basis.
Future planning is a favourite programme run at camp where the kids get to interview all the staff from Cleaner to Manager, and in this way broaden their horizons
Run extensive Follow-Up Programmes consisting of weekly meetings, individual child follow up and a Children’ Open Day, where the children show case what they have learnt during the year
A group of children who attended a Children in the Wilderness camp, have used their initiative and have started two of their own projects; a Tree Nursery and a Park Fence Protection and Maintenance Project.
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