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MAWS Volunteers Loving Botswana !!
Maun Animal Welfare Society, better known as MAWS, is one of Travel for Impact’s proud partners. They are operated by
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“Supporting the Elderly is our Passion”
  Polokong, which means “Place of Salvation”, has made it their mission to change the lives of the elderly of
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Nhabe Museum Director Strives To Make Positive Changes
It has already been a busy beginning of the year we’ve had here, so we took a moment to sit
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Travel for Impact Fund Board Member, Michelle Adelman, Recognized
Congratulations to Travel for Impact Fund Board Member, Michelle Adelman, who has been recognized by CEO Magazine as both Botswana’s
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My Time at MAWS!!
My name is Rose Tubman-Broeren and ever since I was a kid; I’ve been interested in shelter medicine and working
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The delicious shade and fruit of the Motsaudi tree (Garcinia livingstonei)
The magnificent tree Garcinia livingstonei is a distinctive component of riverine woodlands in the Okavango delta. It is known in
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World Map Mural Tsau & Toteng Map Project
A month ago, Tsau Primary and Toteng Primary had two walls, with slight crumbling paint, that the students ran past without
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Vachellia Tortilis
An Acacia by any other name? In 2011, at the International Botanical Congress in Australia, it was decided (based on
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