Conservation education with primary school students
Realizing that wildlife education is the most effective when it begins at a young age, ENV supported local youth groups and the school management to organize an awareness raising activity in Do Thanh primary school in Nghe An province.
400 sixth and seventh grade students listened to the presentation about the value of wildlife in nature and the need for conservation. One student told a particularly powerful, story about three tiger brothers, which had an impact on the audience with its cute words yet meaningful conclusion that “human beings are the biggest enemy faced by wildlife, and we must stop wildlife poaching and trade to protect nature”. At the end of the program, the students also signed the pledge to commit not to use wildlife products.