This August, Cheetah Conservation Botswana (CCB) conducted two back-to-back bush camps at our Tiisano education center, deep in the Kalahari bush in the Ghanzi District. In total, 63 students and six teachers from Kacgae and Bere Primary Schools attended the bush camps. Mr Thapelo Taukobong, a teacher from Kacqae Primary School thanked CCB for bringing their students to their first ever informative and engaging bush camp. He urged CCB to keep up the good work and encouraged us to make sure that such a good job is not done only once but continuously so that students do not forget about what they have learnt. The bush camp comprised of indoor lectures about the environment as well as outdoor games. The cheetah game, for example, involves the students role playing as cheetahs, impalas, farmers and goats in order to help the students understand the concept of human-wildlife conflict and how to achieve coexistence. All of the students were awarded certificates confirming their participation in the bush camps. They boarded the bus back to their respective schools with big smiles and big hopes of taking conservation to the next level.