On 18 June 2016, Fundudzi Camp was handed over to the Primary Co-operative. Hosted by their chairman, Mr Singo, and addressed by Chief Tshivadsi, on behalf of the paramount Chief, the guests were given a
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On 17 June, 2016 the Modjadji Camp of the African Ivory Route was re-opened, following upgrades completed by the EU-sponsored Environmental Sustainability Project. Managed by CESVI, the camp now boasts updated accommodation, solar electricity, a
On 16 June 2016, there was singing and dancing at Baleni Camp as the EU-sponsored CESVI project team conducted the formal hand-over of the camp to the Primary Co-operative. Supported by the leader of the Traditional
On 15 June, 2016 the "Enhancing Environmental Sustainability" Project Team handed Mtomeni Camp back to their Primary Co-operative owners. (Read the background to the project here.) The day was a celebration of achievements, training and
The African Ivory Route (AIR) ecotourism project Background Livelihood opportunities for remote rural communities in Limpopo (South Africa) are typically extremely limited. Ecotourism offers complementary and more sustainable livelihood opportunities, in particular to assist the