CONSERVATION CENTRES


Story of student’s and teacher’s experience to go here….

Overview – story to go here…


LALEENOK

Talk about intergenerational Maasai learning exchanges??

Students (what ages?) in the The Wildlife Clubs are engaged in conservation efforts through art-making, essay and poem-writing, and interschool debates. The publishing of a magazine comprising of the best picks from the students’ work is in progress as a medium to share with the Mara North community and visitors. A rally is also to be held in November to bring the schools together and showcase the activities of the region under this year’s WCK theme Combating Poaching though Education for Sustainable Development.

TWALA TANEBO

Our team spends a full term with the teachers (3 months) in order to provide improved education to students year after year…
teach more effectively with their enormous class sizes.

NNOOKOTIAK

ACC and its partners also work with schools to enhance the quality of their facilities (building classrooms and dormitories, providing desks, chairs and books).

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