Completed Projects

Christmas Drive 2018

In 2018 we decided to do our Christmas Drive in the Okavango Delta, a small village called Ditshiping, a good 3hours drive from Maun is where Bush Ways takes guests for their Delta experience on safari. The people from this village hardly have access to shops, schools or luxury because it is so...

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Christmas Drive 2018
Shoes of Hope - Phase 2

Shoes of Hope - Phase 2

Bush Ways Foundation has always found it worthy to give back and this year it was to the people of the Ditshiping village in the Delta. Home to approximately 150 people...

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Shoes of hope - Phase 1

In January 2018 Bush Ways Foundation and Samaritans Feet partnered again and visited the hearty village of XouXao to donate shoes and clothes to the approximately 150 people living there. 

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Shoes of Hope - Part 1
Donate a Door - Phase 3

Donate a door - Phase 3

Our aim is to provide a good hard door to each house hold in Khwai as some of the doors that do exist are either being eaten by termites or damaged by weather factors. We believe that the Khwai community should feel safe when putting their heads down to sleep.

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Donate a Door - Phase 2

Donate a Door - Phase 2

Bush Ways foundation in collaboration with Nature Zone, Sango safari camp and Khwai Guesthouse have started installing doors into the homes that did not have proper doors or no doors at all.

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Donate a Door - Phase 1

Donate a door came about when one of our staff member's child got attacked by a leopard while sleeping in the Khwai village. This happened as they had no door and were using a curtain as a temporary door. Bush Ways Foundation then realized that one of the biggest needs in the Khwai village...

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Donate a Door - Phase 1

Solar Lamps for Khwai Village

17 March 2015 was a big day for the Bush Ways Foundation! A few months ago the Bush Ways Foundation was approached by Vivo Energy (the owners of Shell Africa) to find out if we knew of any villages that could benefit from their Solar Lamp Project. The answer was an emphatic "yes" - Khwai Village is in desperate need! Since then the Foundation team worked closely with Vivo to arrange a date where Vivo could come with us to visit the village

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Solar Lamps for Khwai Village
Khwai Gunners - Football Team

Khwai Gunners - Football Team

The Khwai gunners are made of a team of 23 players and 2 coaches. The young enthusiastic gentlemen are from the Maun and Khwai area. They had won the 2nd division league in 2014 and headed off to the playoffs. They did win the 1st game which they played in Letlhakane and the 2nd game was on the 17th of May 2014 against Orapa...

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Christmas Drives 2014 & 2015

We had our first Christmas Drive in Maun, Kavimba, Muchenje, Mabele, and Khwai towards the end of December 2014 and now have made this a yearly event. Bush Ways Foundation collects donated, toys, books, clothes, stationery, toiletries etc throughout the year.

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Christmas Drives 2014 & 2015
Bana Ba Letsatsi

Bana Ba Letsatsi

Bana Ba Letsatsi operates a rehabilitation centre that offers a place of safety for orphans and vulnerable children registered with us.

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Easter Drive 2015

In 2015 Bush Ways foundation gave the kids of Bana Ba Letsatsi there first real Easter. During our Easter celebrations, we enjoyed lots of games, stories of what Easter means, Jumping Castle (Donated by Sandra Rubins) and lots of good food. 

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Easter Drive 2015
Trauma Training - Phase 2

Trauma Training - Phase 2

This module incorporates the most recent research on how trauma impacts brain development and affects an adolescent’s and child behaviour and relationships.

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Trauma Training - Phase 1

Bush Ways Foundation in partnership with A Glow has a training course " Becoming a Trauma-informed Caregiver/ Worker/ Parent " This course was held in Mid-September 2015 in collaboration with the Institute of Human Service and Lamb International through a Canadian couple Ruby and Lynn...

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Trauma Training - Phase 1
The Teen Mother Project

The Teen Mother Project

Bush Ways Foundation started the Teen Mother project early 2015. Some of the main issues encountered in rural communities, and more particularly in the Khwai Community, are related to education and early motherhood.

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