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’sRead more.
Cycling against Malaria!
Peace Corps Volunteers from all across Botswana recently cycled from Maun to Shakawe on a 2-week tour to advocate forRead more.
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 workingRead more.
Get a cure from Cat’s whiskers?
This month we look at a small woody shrub called Clerodendrum ternatum it is in the Lamiaceae family, theRead more.
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 inRead more.
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 withoutRead more.
An Acacia by any other name? In 2011, at the International Botanical Congress in Australia, it was decided (based onRead more.
PEDAL FOR PURPOSE: FROM KENYA TO CAPE TOWN
On Thursday, May 24th, two travelers passed through Maun on their journey from Kenya to Cape Town. This journey, whichRead more.
Canoes from Rain Trees?
Text and photographs by Mmusi Mmusi, Herbarium Assistant at PSUB Herbarium, Okavango Research Institutue The commonly called ‘rain tree’ orRead more.