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Most lodges or camps across Africa support education, health or conservation. As such, your visit has impact far beyond what you might realise. To demonstrate, we look at the Tukongote Community Projects in Livingstone, supported by Waterberry Zambezi Lodge, where volunteer Catalina Prior spent a month working.

Class act In what must be the most colourful school in Zambia, classrooms and the library are also used by older children and adults for extra tuition after hours

Armed with a suitcase full of paper plates and a head full of craft ideas, I was welcomed to Tukongote Preschool by Kelly, the community project leader, who showed us volunteers around. In each of the three classrooms we were met by 25 smiley little faces and two teachers who exchanged warm-hearted introductions and became increasingly excited as Kelly explained that we would be working there for a month.

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