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   WORLD CHAMPION LIT QUIZ KIDS

    Manor Gardens Primary School from Durban,
    South Africa held an assembly to celebrate
    the gift of reading and to honor their Lit Quiz
    World Champions, Alex Breckenridge, Sarah     Herrington, Matthew Robbins and Emily
    Spencer. Isobel Sobey
and Linda Spencer
    were the team coaches.The assembly was
    held on the 1 August 2011 and the finals took
    place in Hamilton, New Zealand.

 
 
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MIET AFRICA MINI
SOCCER FESTIVAL

More than one hundred boys and
girls from schools from the Kwa Zulu-Natal Midlands playing in football
matches named after teams participating in the world cup.

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SCCS SWAZILAND, ZAMBIA, SOUTH AFRICA
A lifeline to vulnerable children is a strategy developed by MiET Africa and its partners that transforms schools into centres of Care and Support.

INNOVATIVE TEACHING IN RURAL AREAS
Teachers use newspapers as an educational resource. The initiative was developed by Mhle Mthimkulu of MiET Africa, an NGO in KwaZulu-Natal.

SCCS NORTHWEST PROVINCE
Vulnerable children in the North West Province of South Africa are given the opportunity for a better future.

IKWEZI PROJECT
Key to the success of the project is the creaction of 12 multi-media resource centres each serving a cluster of surrounding schools.

COMING TO THE AID OF VUNERABLE CHILDREN
Vulnerable children in KwaZulu-Natal are being reached through school-based care and support systems.

AFRICAN TAPESTRIES
MiET Africas subsidiary, Africa Ignite, has created an innovative platform of developing and showcasing tapestries made by communities in KwaZulu-Natal and North West Province.

COMMUNITY EDUCATION CENTRES IN KWAZULU-NATAL
Schools and communities in the far flung areas of KwaZulu Natal benefit from 120 Education Centres.

EDUCATION SUPPORT CENTRE N.W. PROVINCE
The North West Province is home to some of the poorest and most farflung rural communities in South Africa.

SCHOOLS AS CENTRES OF CARE AND SUPPORT, KZN
Through MiET Africa in collaboration with its partners, vulnerable children in KwaZulu-Natal are given the opportunity for a better future.

   

RHINOS
The Children of the Wilderness meet Ronnie the Rhino who tells them all about his family of rhinos.

INSECTS
The Children of the wilderness visit a museum insect arcade to learn about creepy crawlies.

DOLPHINS
The Children of the Wilderness visit uShaka Marine Theme Park to learn about dolphins.

ELEPHANTS
The Children of the Wilderness visit the iMfolozi-Hluhluwe game reserve to learn about elephants.

VULTURES
The Children of the Wilderness have an encounter with a vulture and visit a vulture restaurant.

SNAKES
The Children of the Wilderness visit an Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife Snake Park to learn about non-poisonous snakes.

HIPPOS
The Children of the Wilderness learn about the adventures of Huberta the Hippo and visit the iSimangaliso Wetland Park World Heritage site to look at hippos and crocodiles.

CORALS
The Children of the Wilderness go to uShaka to learn about corals and later take to the water for some snorkeling to witness the fascinating world along coral reefs.

DRAKENSBERG
The Children of the Wilderness visit the uKhahlamba Drakensberg World Heritage Site to learn about the San Bushmen and their rock art.

CROCODILES
The Children of the Wilderness visit the KZN Wildlife Crocodile Centre to learn about crocodiles.``

 
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