Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge held a fun “Focus on Kids” weekend, also focussing on endangered Pangolins!
Sarah Savory has written a fabulous book….
Guests at Chilo love that pretty theme food that the Chilo chefs come up with…….!
Cucumber carrot pangolin salad…the only type of pangolin that should be eaten…!!
Kids and parents went on safari in the gorgeous Gonarezhou, and met many elephants….
Thomas did a great quiz. Lionel did a great treasure Hunt.
Andy inspired housekeeping to produce fantastic elephant shaped folded towels for all children beds,
Thomas and Lionel worked tirelessly all weekend to give the guests and kids true value and fun…including the local mahenye school children as well…
we did pangolin art…
Gorgeous artworks……purely pencil sketches from the wooden pangolin….
and we handed out “Pangolin Protector “ certificates….
Happy and exhausted children……
Sarah Savory presents her story telling to the Mahenye junior school, arranged by Lionel and Thomas…
Mahenye Primary School now at least has basic classrooms…this little forest below was the original classroom and this tree the “blackboard” (greenboard?!) a few years ago…., before the Campfire project was able to raise funds in conjunction with Chilo and Clive Stockil, to build classrooms…
The African Wildlife Conservation Fund and Frankfurt Zoological have teamed up to create The Chilojo Club…education outreach for schools around the Gonarezhou and GLTFCA..
Here is the education outreach vehicle from African Wildlife Conservation Fund, gorgeous transport!
African Wildlife Conservation Fund have a fabulous education outreach team…look at their vehicle! note the wild dog…
fantastic publications by AWCF….