JUNIOR RANGER PROGRAM
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Nurturing The Next Generation Of Conservation Advocates
We believe that shaping the perception of wildlife and environmental matters in the younger generation is vital. Youth inclusivity is essential to the sustainability of the work we do today and in carrying forth the conservation work we are doing right now.
Our youth conservation education programs seamlessly integrates engaging pedagogical techniques to deliver a captivating curriculum with digital literacy skills as a value add.
Students Reached In Both Primary & Secondary School.
Student Student Satisfaction Rate.
Teacher Satisfaction Rate
Course Adaptation Rate By Schools
Positive Shift In Students Perception Towards Matters Conservation.
JUNIOR RANGER PROGRAM MODULES
Sit-In Modules With Engaging Content Including; Web of Life,Trees and Plants, Animal Lover, Nature's friend, Water, Conservationists, Rangers' Allies & Trackers
We Incorporate Games, Films and Role Playing To Provide A Hands-On Experience To The Students & Boost Comprehension
Field Visits To The Elephant Corridor & Wildlife Conservancies Offer An Enriching Journey, Providing Exposure To Novel Wildlife And Learning Experiences. The Students.
During the visits, the students identify trees, and animals through footprints and dung. They also get the opportunity to interact with our rangers which gives them a front-raw seat on the key roles and responsibilities in conservation, the challenges encountered in the rangers' interactions with both humans and wildlife, a day in the life of a ranger.