Provided Flipchart training to 88 (35 female) teachers from Brambie Moum and Pumin core schools in Kampong Speu province.
Raised awareness on wildlife and habitat conservation to 736 (331 female) students in 4 schools in Kampong Speu as bellow:
- 190 (80 female) students at Brabie Moum elementary school
- 151 (73 female) students at Tang Por elementary school.
- 216 (96 female) students at Trapeang Phnov elementary school.
- 179 (82 female) students at Pumin elementary school.
Kouprey Express team joined and presented on wildlife and habitat conservation to 120 Access Program students and teachers, who from three provinces which supported by US embassy, Phnom Penh in Kirirom National Park.
Kouprey Express team collaborated with Freeland foundation in Thailand working with 60 students and 9 teachers on how to protect wildlife and habitat at the Protecting Wildlife Youth Camp in Ta Phraya Nation.
Nov 12 The Kouprey Express provided 88 (35 female) teachers from two core schools with Flipchart training which took place at Tang Por and Trapang Phnov schools in Kampong Speu province. The purpose of the training was to build up their understanding and ability to not only bring these lessons into the classroom but to also show them the actions they can take to prevent and report wildlife and forest crimes in their area.
Nov 13-16 Kouprey Express team raised awareness on wildlife and forest conservation to 736 (331 female) students in four primary schools of Brabie Moum, Tang Por, Trapeang Phnov, and Pumin in Kampong Speu province.
Educated on wildlife and habitat protection to students at Brabie Moun School on 13th November
Nov 22 Kouprey Express team was invited by the Access Program, which supported by US embassy, to work with 120 students and teachers from three provinces of Battambang, Kampong Speu, and Tboung Khmum at Kirirom National Park during a special English Camp.
Nov 29-1 Dec As part of the cross border collaboration between Kouprey Express and Freeland in Thailand, we together provided environmental education to 60 Thai students and 9 teachers at the Protecting Wildlife Youth Camp event in Ta Phraya National Park, Thailand. In addition to wildlife lessons, all the students partook in ranger patrolling to help them better understand the risks to as well as the challenges to protect the environment.
Wildlife Alliance created Cambodia’s only mobile environmental education unit, the Kouprey Express (KE), in 2005. The KE does not just raise awareness or educate people on the value of conservation and biodiversity protection; it fosters positive behavioral changes towards environmental sustainability and actively encourages children and adults to be front line defenders of their natural resources.
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