Wilderness Safaris this morning (April 29) delivered a consignment of COVID-19 related items to Seronga community. Seronga, Wilderness’ Vumbura Camp concession manager, Johan von Backstrom handed over the items to Kgosi Maeze Maeze of Seronga and the village’s COVID-19 response committee’s chairman Otukile Mutukwa. The items that were flown to Seronga by Wilderness Air included among others: sanitizers, sanitizer refills, facial tissues, toilet rolls and containers for self-sanitizing at public places.
Wilderness Safaris has also donated food hampers to families in Sankoyo recently as well as working in conjunction with Sanitize Maun and the District Commissioner’s office to transport and distribute sanitizers and masks to villages throughout Ngamiland. They have so far covered Mababe, Khwai, Shorobe, Matsaudi, Matlapana, Nxaraga, Komana, Toteng, Legothwana Sehitwa, Tsau, Semboyo, Makakung, Kareng, Bodibeng, Bothatogo, Somelo, Makalamabedi, Chanoga and Phuduhudu.