Educational trip for students, Zambia
Young, underprivileged, and impoverished people may never get the opportunity to visit some of the many remarkable places within their home countries.
Through our partner Baraka Community Partnerships, we funded a short adventure trip for 16 young adults from Lusaka, Zambia, to see and learn about their local wildlife and culture and visit one of the great natural wonders of the world, Victoria Falls. For nature to be protected, everyone has to be able to see and understand our vital connection with the natural environment.
On this trip, the students, representing different tribes within the country, had opportunities to interact with one another while learning about the geography and history of Zambia. They also visited Kariba Dam which has had a huge impact on the development of modern Zambia environmentally, financially, and culturally.
Click here to read more about how this experience enriched the lives of the students.
“It was my first time seeing Lake Kariba and the Kariba Dam. I was amazed by how big it is. I learned a lot from the tour guide about the history of the dam and the lake, how it was constructed, how long it took to be completed and that the late Queen Elizabeth officiated the opening of the dam. We also heard stories about the river god Nyami-Nyami. I am grateful to Exodus Travels Foundation for this adventure.
Melody” – Medical student
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