Annual CITW Camp hosted successfully at Chelinda Camp

We are pleased to report that the annual CITW camp season which was conducted last month at Chelinda Camp ended on a resoundingly successful note. This year’s camp marked CITW's 15th year of hosting annual camps. This year, the camp hosted 20 Eco-Club members from Chelinda and Thazima

Sustainable travel that makes a difference – an overview of our CAWS operation

As this year's World Tourism Day calls us to focus on the theme 'Sustainable Tourism for Development,' here's an overview of how we have tried to ensure the sustainability of our CAWS operation, so as to contribute to the development of the country’s economic, social and environmental

CAWS extends support to the Lilongwe Wildlife Trust’s annual World Environment Day Quiz

Each year, the Lilongwe Wildlife Trust conducts a series of wildlife quiz events on World Environment Day. This year’s quiz featured contestants from 13 local schools, resulting in a tight competition. Lilongwe Private School emerged as the winner of the grand prize as well as an addi

Gillian Rose celebrates an 11 year partnership with CITW

Gillian Rose, Founder and President of the Rosemary Pencil Foundation, and a long-standing supporter of CITW Malawi, recently concluded her annual visit to Malawi, where she had the pleasure of meeting and spending time with some of the students that have benefitted and continue to be

CITW Training & Awareness Sessions Kick Off

A specialised training session for CITW’s Eco-Club coordinators and teachers took place this month at Mvuu Camp and Chintheche Inn. A total of 16 team members benefited from the training, which highlighted the CITW curriculum and three core modules that were developed by the Lilongwe