The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award
We are proud to deliver the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in Zambia.
As a registered provider of The Award, Tulukani Adventures can facilitate training and assessment of the Adventurous Journey section of the Award as well as providing support and advice to schools and other organisations running The Award.
The Award, with its instantly recognisable levels of Bronze, Silver and Gold, is voluntary, non-competitive and available to anyone aged 14–24, regardless of background
The Award is about individual challenge and growth. Founded in the United Kingdom in 1956 by German educationalist Kurt Hahn and His Royal Highness Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, it is now delivered around the world, by schools, colleges, universities, employers, social clubs, uniformed and non-uniformed youth organisations, young offenders’ institutions, religious organisations, sports clubs, and a whole host of other civic organisations. Since its inception, the Award has had more than 8 million participants from more than 130 different countries and territories across the Globe.
Today the International Award boasts well over 1.3 million participants currently enrolled in the Award program worldwide.
Within the robust framework of the Award, young people design their own programme, set their own goals and record their own progress. At each level, they choose a Service, Physical Recreation, Skills activity to undertake for a specified period of time, go on an Adventurous Journey and, at Gold Level, take part in a Residential Project.
The only person they compete against is themselves, by challenging their own beliefs about what they can achieve.
Tulukani Adventures offers a variety of Expeditions and Training suitable for Adventurous Journeys at all levels of the Award.
More in depth information about The Award is available on The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award website and on The Award’s #worldready campaign for Award participants.