Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador

by AMBAS (Women's Association of Barra de Santiago)
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Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
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Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador
Save 60,000 Sea Turtles in El Salvador

Project Report | Nov 9, 2023
esfuerzos en educacion ambiental para generar mayor conciencia en los seres humanos

By Eder Caceros | Eder Caceros

talks in schools
talks in schools

A large part of our work involves including local resource users in sustainable environmental management practices, ensuring that our work is beneficial to all sectors of society and serves the communities that need the most support to improve their quality of life and contribute to the sustainability of coastal towns.

During this time, support has been generated for educational centers such as national schools, private schools, higher education such as universities, private companies, etc. We welcome you with the hope that you know a little about the importance of marine species for the survival of beings. . . humans on the planet. In some cases we go to schools to talk to students to get closer to them.

Our country has the great problem of having an overpopulation, which is why there is a lot of economic need, mainly to search for food, and that is why one of the greatest effects on awareness for the conservation of sea turtles is the use of their eggs as part of the diet of human communities,

We are currently working on bringing people from different parts of the country and people from other nationalities have also visited us, this with the aim of learning about our work for the conservation of sea turtles, in this process we take advantage of providing them with environmental education.

We are currently working on bringing people from different parts of the country and people from other nationalities have also visited us, this with the aim of learning about our work for the conservation of sea turtles, in this process we take advantage of providing them with environmental education, related to conservation. . . . . . of sea turtles. This has allowed us to improve the facilities of our nursery so that people can have more interpretation and better comfort, so that they provide the best possible care and our training is successful.

During this time we have continued to incubate sea turtle nests in our nursery, getting closer each time to the incubation goal with a total of 50,000 eggs in general, with 90% effectiveness in the birth of the hatchlings.

Something very interesting to show is people's acceptance of wanting to make changes in their personality to improve natural resources, who take away a good message and an enthusiasm for wanting to help improve our ecosystem, which is currently becoming so vulnerable due to the strong negative effects that the human race itself is causing them.

Work is also being done on the monitoring and marking of sea turtles, having very important data such as the travel route of the green turtles that have moved between El Salvador and Mexico (Oaxaca). This gives the opportunity to characterize sites of importance for sea turtles between these countries. Of course, this can be realized if we continue monitoring constantly.

environmental education
environmental education
knowing about turtles
knowing about turtles
infrastructure improvement
infrastructure improvement
increase in the number of newborns
increase in the number of newborns
monitoring and marking
monitoring and marking

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AMBAS (Women's Association of Barra de Santiago)

Location: Barra de Santiago, Jujutla, Ahuachapan - El Salvador
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Project Leader:
Eder Caceros
Barra de Santiago, Jujutla , Ahuachapan El Salvador
$20,310 raised of $30,000 goal
 
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