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WCE visits H.H. Thiele Primary School for the Rhino Art project

On World Rhino Day (22 September), our WCE coordinators and participants visited is H.H. Thiele Primary School as part of the Rhino Art project, as well as to donate some goodies. Everyone fell in love with this little school the moment they arrived. The school only has two teachers – one of whom is the headmistress. There are two classrooms, one for the grade 1- 4 learners, and the other…
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Wildlife Conservation Experience (WCE) – 20 July 2016

Feeding the animals, much to everyone’s delight. Seen from left to right are Seline Bregman, Benedetta Alban, Lisa Woodhouse, Kevin Berthet, and Tanita Oosthuisen. Bokkie Bok in the bottom right corner excitedly awaiting his food. We welcomed new participants for our WCE programme on the 19th of July. As usual, the individual members of the group come from several different parts of the world – United Kingdom, France, Netherlands, Italy…
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Wildlife Conservation Experience (WCE): Feedback by Susan Rodgers

Susan Rodgers recently participated in the WCE programme, and gives an account of her experience in this latest blog update. “I’ve just spent 3 weeks on the above programme and just wanted to feedback on what a fantastic experience it was. I was there from 24th May to 13th June. Tanita and Craig were both amazing student co-ordinators, both making sure we were well looked after and busy each day, whether…
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WCE visits Lumukisa Primary School

Last week student coordinator Tanita took Wildlife Conservation Experience (WCE) participants, Camila Olivares from the USA and Pauline Sabalette from France, to visit our adoptive school, Lumukisa Primary. This is her account of the day’s events. “The two WCE participants and I arrived at the school at about 10:00. I showed them around the school, after which we headed to the Grade R section (which is separate from the rest…
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WCE participant, Youp Jaski, faces his fear

Youp Jaski took part in our Wildlife Conservation Experience (WCE) programme a couple of weeks ago and came face to face with one of his lifetime fears. He tells us about his encounter: “Since I was a young boy, I have been absolutely terrified of snakes. I saw them as dangerous and aggressive creatures with no purpose to be on this planet. But this has changed! During my stay at HESC…
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