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Digital Subscriptions > Travel Africa > October-December 2017 (80) > In the name of conservation, we’ll have a school

In the name of conservation, we’ll have a school

Classroom Africa works with communities to build new schools that incorporate conservation education
Lupani seventh grade students take a field trip to Victoria Falls

AWF’S CLASSROOM AFRICA programme, launched in 2013, provides local primary schools with conservation education in return for a significant conservation commitment from the community. From Congo to Ethiopia, children are learning how each individual environment plays its unique part in the global ecosystem, while learning why it is imperative to protect wildlife and the environment for future generations.

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