Educate African Children about the environment

by DAKTARI Bush School & Wildlife Orphanage
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Project Report | Oct 4, 2019
Celebrating SA Heritage Day with our children

By Marie Bauvin | Project Leader

Each week DAKTARI welcomes 8 children to spend a week participating in our environmental education programme. During 2018, 373 children passed through our gates for this life changing experience. We always make sure the children get the best memories out of their week at DAKTARI

September 24th marks South Africa's national Heritage Day where around the country people celebrate the many diverse cultures that make up our great land. The DAKTARI staff, volunteers and most importantly the children that week all celebrated in true SA style dressing up in traditional and colourful attire and enjoying a braai (barbecue) with some song and dance.

A true inspiring and fun day was had by all, and we could all learn about SA from the children.

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Jul 11, 2019
A special trip for our winners of the week

By Silke Gadeyne | Marketing Manager

Apr 16, 2019
How promises make the kids reflect on their week

By Silke Gadeyne | Marketing Manager

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DAKTARI Bush School & Wildlife Orphanage

Location: Hoedspruit, Limpopo Province - South Africa
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Project Leader:
Michele Merrifield
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Hoedspruit , Limpopo Province South Africa
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