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PROJECTS Environment Indian & Atlantic Oceans Madagascar - Environmental education for school children

Madagascar - Environmental education for school children

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This project aimed to change school childrens' attitudes vis-à-vis the environment and instil a sense of responsibility for protecting the environment by involving them in beautifying the school landscape and increasing their awareness of the ecological value of their surroundings.

 Who's involved?

 Project leader: Ari Ramilimanitra

Lead organisation: Mpanazava eto Madagasikara

Other organisations: SAMPATI; FJKM Ambohitrandriamanjaka; EPP; ONE, PNUD, WWF, CCEE, Tany Meva, projet BMC

Timeframe: February - October 2007

Objectives:

  • Increase school childrens' awareness towards their enivronment and involve them in improving it,
  • Change school childrens' attitudes vis-à-vis the environment
  • Beautify the landscape,
  • Plan a visit to the zoo and botanical gardesn of Tsimbazaza.

Activities: 

  • Plan and organise games and drawing competitions based on the environment;
  • Initiate a film session to sensitize the participants on the environmental issues they face. Distribute educational documents and discuss and debate the issues;
  • Run a 'Beautiful gardens' competition on the school grounds and a clean-up of the class-rooms and school;
  • Organise an educational visit to the zoo and Tsimbazaza botanical gardens;

Downloads: 
Final report (in French) [PDF 372 Kb] 
Project Proposal
Workplan

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