Pristine Junior Eco-Warriors

Pristine Junior Eco-Warriors Project – PVFS launched Pristine Junior Eco-Warriors through support availed by Mad Mikes on Bikes and National Foods.

Mad Mikes on Bikes is a cycling initiative led by two Mikes from Victoria Falls to Cape Town to raise funds to support a community initiative.

Each of our Pristine Junior Eco Warriors automatically become junior members of the Pristine Victoria Falls Society and form the backbone of the Junior Eco-Warriors program. They are required to dedicate 8 hours per month for the duration of their scholarship program assisting with clean-ups and promoting good waste management practices throughout the community. According to the 2014 Zimbabwe Education Profile, 6% of children of official primary school ages are out of school and approximately 7% of boys of primary school age are out of school compared to 6% of girls of the same age. Nearly 45% of female youth of secondary school age are out of school compared to 37% of male youth of the same age.

Education unlocks opportunities and is essential in abolishing gender inequality, lessening poverty, building a sustainable environment, inhibiting unnecessary health challenges, and spreading awareness and peace. In knowledge economy, education is the new currency by which cities and nations maintain economic competitiveness and global prosperity.

In other words, education is one of the strongest pillars of society and thus providing quality education to the current generation is tantamount to securing a friendly/sustainable environment, peaceful and globally economically competent citizens particularly in Victoria Falls which is constantly handling internationals through the tourism sector. Any effort to bring lasting solutions in various challenges faced in the Victoria Falls region which includes poor waste management practices, poaching of wood and animals must include education. Providing quality education to children reflects the fact that every child is entitled to fundamental human rights. Where children lack access to education, this results in poverty, violence, drug misuse, poaching, poor social practices, exploitation and other undesirable results.


Society Participants

Jane Doe

Local Communities Biologist

Ramos Gerry

Local Communities

Etnan Wily

Local Communities

Our Impact to Victoria Falls

Educating the new generation

All Junior Eco-Warriors join a scholarships program to pursue their education

sustainable development

Encourages the future Generation to address social economic issues

Environmental Impact

The Junior Eco-Warriors program actively engages young participants in clean-up initiatives, fostering a culture of environmental responsibility.

Community Involvement and Awareness

The program requires active participation from its members, creating a sense of community involvement.