Saving Wildlife Through Environmental Education

by RENCTAS

Summary

Donate 2,000 educational kits, containing video and informational folder to public schools in the Distrito Federal state.
$6,542.30
total raised
12
donors
0
monthly donors
9
years active

Challenge

Many schools in the Dsitrito Federal are located in poor peripheries where there is still native vegetation and wild animals. People that live there, many of them children and teenagers, have the habit of capturing wild animals to sell them in markets. This is why we have to promote an educational work with this students, to make them understand that taking animals from nature causes not only serious damage to the environment but can also bring them and their families dangerous diseases.

Solution

The project includes production and distribution of educational material, and speeches by Renctas’ volunteers to help teachers promote pedagogical activities with their students.

Long-Term Impact

This project has the capacity to benefit for one year an estimated public of 40,000 child and teenagers that study in public schools. According to official estimation, an educational material has a 5 years life.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

http:/​/​www.renctas.org
Video-- Animals' love is not for sale!
Video-- Renctas Campaign
Video-- Airports Campaign

Organization Information

RENCTAS

Location: Brasília, DF - Brazil
Website: http:/​/​www.renctas.org.br
RENCTAS
Project Leader:
Raulff Lima
Executive Coordinator
Brasilia, DF Brazil

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