Putting learning into practice
February 11 2014

The work of Lion Encounter and ALERT was used as an example for last week’s Conservation Education lesson at Mukamusaba School in Livingstone, as a follow-up to the previous topic of national and international environmental organisations. 

The students learned that Lion Encounter and ALERT work towards improving the environment for communities and wildlife by undertaking litter picks, snare sweeps and importantly Conservation Education, which these children are part of.  They were also introduced to the four stages in ALERT’s Rehabilitation and Release into the Wild program, which the children found interesting, as they have visited the breeding program in Dambwa and have met the stage one walking lions. 

To put their studies of environmental management into context, Mukamusaba Conservation Club members will now take part in a litter pick along Airport Road in Livingstone, one of the roads which links Mukamusaba School with the town centre. 

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