Waterford Kamhlaba is a United World College situated in Swaziland. It was created in 1962 as a multi-racial school which would offer equal opportunities of good education to students of all races, in protest to the neighbouring regime of apartheid (South Africa). It now comprises 600 students from more than 50 countries, including many African countries.
It is a boarding school offering both IGCSE and the IB Diploma. As a member of the United World Colleges network it has a mission statement committing the school to’Making education a force to unite peoples, nations, and cultures for peace and a sustainable future.’ The team involved in drawing up this energy efficiency proposal comprises IB students and biology teachers all committed to greening this beautiful campus, which already incorporates a nature reserve.