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.
Mrs Caroline Mazunga is a retired teacher who now teaches around 15- 20 kids under a tree at her house.
Our guides and environmentalist go into the nearby schools to raise awareness amongst the kids about nature, wildlife, environmental issues and conservation. We have organised for the children excursions in the bush and we take them on game drives and nature walks so they can observe first hand...
Bush Ways is donating to Mabele Primary school a brand new school bus to assist kids walking a few miles to school in the wee morning hours when wildlife movements is at its peak.
Bana Ba Letsatsi operates a rehabilitation centre that offers a place of safety for orphans and vulnerable children registered with us.
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.
This module incorporates the most recent research on how trauma impacts brain development and affects an adolescent’s and child behaviour and relationships.
Over 30 years ago, a young Nigerian boy received his first pair of shoes. It changed his life. Samaritan's feet want to inspire hope through the gift of shoes, the act of washing feet, and encouragement to those who need it most.
The Training Centre Is a project which is in the pipelines at the moment. The training centre/cultural village will be used to train the Khwai community for different jobs.