Botswana is one country that has so much to offer in minerals, tourism and culture, but the saddest aspect though is that not all have been able to benefit from such.
It seems though that things may change, National Geographic have teamed up with the local youth to expose them to what belongs to them and what defines them. Perhaps this may be a chance to see the depth of the country and its people.
This is art redefined.
"WASHINGTON (March 2, 2009)—Fifteen youth from northern Botswana will have the unique opportunity to document and learn about wildlife in the Okavango Delta during National Geographic Photo Camp Botswana this month. From Saturday, March 7, to Thursday, March 12, the young photographers will photograph, edit and design a portrait of the animals living in the Selinda Reserve, a 320,000-acre private wildlife sanctuary. The Photo Camp is presented in partnership with the Selinda Reserve and Children in the Wilderness, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing education and recreation to children affected by life-threatening conditions."
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