An Acacia by any other name? In 2011, at the International Botanical Congress in Australia, it was decided (based on
On Thursday, May 24th, two travelers passed through Maun on their journey from Kenya to Cape Town. This journey, which
Text and photographs by Mmusi Mmusi, Herbarium Assistant at PSUB Herbarium, Okavango Research Institutue The commonly called ‘rain tree’ or
Women Against Rape (WAR) Botswana was invited by Diacore Gaborone Marathon to inform participants about who they are, what they do,
Maun Animal Welfare Soceity (MAWS) clinic was paid a visit this last week by TFI’s Communication & Community Development Manager
This month Travel for Impact (TFI) welcomes two interns all the way from Queen’s University in Canada. Raiden and Jessica
This weekend, the Travel for Impact team made the trek from Maun up to Shakawe. The team stopped in at
Arts for Africa, a non-profit organization based in the Netherlands, was established in 2015 with a mandate to work together
The elderly are not only a source of joy, but they are a piece of history. The village of Maun
Starting the new year with a bang, DDS have once again selected a student to sponsor through their ‘Leaders for