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Close to our hearts is Numwa School at a nearby safari ranch called Imire, which is renowned for its work in rhino breeding.

Numwa School is both a primary and secondary school situated on Imire; over 1000 children attend the school and it provides the only secondary school facility within a 35km radius.

If you are interested in helping Numwa, or indeed, in staying for a few days at Imire Safari Ranch and physically helping out, please contact Nicci directly – nicci@johnstevenssafaris.com. We are currently working on a website link that will take you to more details for Numwa.

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