Teachers receive training, supplies, and follow-up support needed to integrate environmental issues into their core curriculum. Students and teachers alike are excited about these lessons and activities and share these concepts with their families, friends, and neighbors, ensuring an impact beyond just the classroom.
Community Night Shows and events that focus on the illegal wildlife trade, the importance of protecting forests and biodiversity, and Cambodia’s wildlife laws. These shows are designed for families and give community members the opportunity to learn and also share their ideas on how to protect their communities’ natural resources.
Field trips to Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center to meet wild animals rescued from the wildlife trade. These trips offer students and teachers the chance to put their new knowledge to the test to identify different species based on classroom lessons while seeing firsthand the impact of wildlife trafficking.
Target Beneficiaries: To date, the KE has directly reached more than 210,000 schoolchildren, teachers and community members through their environmental education training and activities as well as millions through their public service announcements, billboards and radio/television spots.
Partnership Opportunity: If you would like the Kouprey Express to visit your school or NGO, please contact project manager Ms. Amy Van Nice: firstname.lastname@example.org.