United States Ambassador to Botswana, Earl Miller, brought an embassy delegation to visit Cheetah Camp in late April 2015. The American Embassy supports CCB's 'Coexistence with Carnivores' educational programs with a generous grant. The timing of the visit was perfect because we were hosting Kgaphamadi Primary School for a 3-day bush camp at our Tiisano educational centre. Ambassador Miller had the opportunity to see the program in action and meet with all the 63 children. We would like to extend our gratitude to the ambassador for the ongoing support.
Kgaphamadi primary graced our first bush camp for 2015 on the 23rd - 25th April to learn about predator conservation, Botswana wildlife and have fun. It was a day to remember for the rest of their lives as the young ones had the privilege of meeting and interacting with the USA ambassador to Botswana, Mr. Earl Miller and his entourage. The embassy supports our coexistence with carnivores’ educational programmes with a grant for 2015. This will go a long way in making sure that school children are exposed to predator conservation and environmental education and also get a chance to visit our ever exciting Ghanzi camp. It is through efforts and generosity like this that makes us at CCB proud of what we do and have the drive to continue pursuing learning experiences for our future generations for sustainable development.