Orbis DMC, previously known as The Responsible Safari Company, have released their latest newsletter with some exciting news to share about their company and community that surrounds them.
Orbis hosted a 2-day business workshop at their office recently. The workshop featured an incredible lineup of experienced facilitators who generously shared their insights and experiences with the eager women. They covered a wide range of topics, including business planning, social media marketing, financial management, assertiveness and networking, all tailored to meet the specific needs of the women. The facilitators were passionate about the subject matter and made the workshop sessions interactive and lively, which kept the participants engaged throughout.
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Orbis are trilled to introduce their new team of guides and porters for Mount Mulanje. Their team is made up of experienced and knowledgeable guides who are passionate about sharing the beauty of Mount Mulanje with visitors. With their expertise, visitors can expect an unforgettable experience exploring the trails and stunning landscapes of this majestic mountain.
Orbis are proud to have a dedicated and talented team, and look forward to sharing the team’s expertise with their visitors.
At Orbis DMC, they believe that the key to a better future lies in empowering the minds of the next generation. They strive to create opportunities for young individuals who possess the drive and potential to make a significant impact in our society.
Their sponsorship program is the embodiment of this belief and it provides much-needed financial assistance to brilliant minds like Fatimah Idi, who may not otherwise have access to educational resources and opportunities.
Rising star in her own way Fatimah feels that the sponsorship program has been essential in allowing her to follow her dream of becoming a nurse. “I found it challenging to carry on with my academics” she claims. “As a Yao, my tribe considers it unnecessary to send girls to school and instead advises them to go find husbands. To prove them wrong, I had to study even harder. Thanks to Orbis DMC, I was able to pay for my tuition as well as all of the study materials I required. My ability to concentrate on my academics and pursue my goal of becoming a nurse has been made possible by this”.
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Orbis DMC, previously known as The Responsible Safari Company, have released their latest newsletter with plenty of updates on a very busy month for the Malawi based tour operation.
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Land and Lake Safaris, one of Malawi's longstanding tour operators offering some of the best experiences in the country, have released their latest newsletter with some inspiration to convince you to make your way to the Warm Heart of Africa!