The Week for Future and Climate Justice will be marked with direct actions and activities highlighting the devastating impacts of climate and ecological breakdown that are being felt the world over.
As part of an attempt by the Government to provide public guidance on wildlife protection, alongside normal curriculum subjects like maths and English, Uganda’s school children also learn about conservation education.
Students are taught about the country’s threatened species in the classroom – through educational books and board games – and through trips to wildlife education centers.
Kenya has unveiled new currency with native wildlife inscriptions, replacing images of former presidents. The nation’s wildlife and national parks are not only a source of great pride for Kenyans, they’re also a vital part of the country’s economy, bringing in crowds of tourists every year.
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