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Focus is on moulding tomorrow’s decision makers.
Programmes emphasise the need to save wildlife and forests.
Implementation of Kids for Tigers Programme in 25 schools in Nagpur and 10 schools in Akola.
Activities in villages are undertaken by Conservation officer and field assistants and includes classroom lectures, nature games and activities and jungle walks.
Besides these routine activities, there are also drawing, essay, painting and poetry competitions.
Classroom lectures in schools in all villages in our area of operations (115 villages-6 TRs).
Nature games with conservation message.
Activities such as drawing and painting with focus on nature and wildlife.
Nature trails and conservation rallies for village children to sensitise them on need for conservation.
Total of 2,581 classroom lectures on nature and wildlife conservation.
147 nature trails.
97 conservation rallies.
Kanha, Kutwahi - Awareness programme on vegetable farming in progress. Forest Guard Pahel Singh Marko next to Amit Awasthi.
Kanha, Manegaon -Womens' SHG capacity-building programme.
Target audience is educated on issues like global warming as well.
Pench (M P), Turia - Niranjan teaches village children about nature through a game
Pench (M P), Turia - School children on nature trail organised by Satpuda Foundation
Pench (Mah), Sillari - Our field assistant Bandu guides village children through Nature Interpretation Centre
Tadoba, Dewada - Bandu shows photos of birds to children during education programme
Education activities in villages in and around Tiger Reserves including 32 schools in Pench Cluster, 8 schools in tadoba-Andhari and 11 in Kanha.
In Nagpur and Akola, there are full-time co-ordinators and they conduct audio-visual shows in classrooms, take children out for nature walks and bird-watching trails.
The Foundation also has a video player and a LCD projector which are used to play educational movies on field trips to villages.
Total of 866 film shows on nature and wild life conservation.
Tadoba, Kutwanda - Ashfaq conducts environment education programme at village Primary School.