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OVERVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS CREATING A GENERATION OF WILDLIFE advocates FOHUSO Education and Outreach program, Students Environment Travelling is an educational program that introduces Tanzanian children to practical tourism especially on endangered wildlife through a nationwide program targeting public primary schools. We are leveraging the 2019 to 2020 calendar and use companion activity books and learning materials, activities and field trips Through the program we takes children between five and eighteen years old to the national parks and reserves throughout Tanzania. FOHUSO hosts camping trips each year for children where they learn about the environment, critically endangered species inhabiting the parks and the conservation efforts of scientists and communities in and around wild life. The participants of the expedition are 8 to 14 year old children from some of the most remote and inaccessible schools in Tanzania.They will track animals with expert trackers, and learn how to identify birds, plants, insects, and how to read signs in the landscape. They will go on game drives, go to different habitats, climb hills. They will learn to use binoculars, how to take photographs and how to collect samples of water, dung, grasses and wild flowers. They will meet scientists and learn about livestock, and the ecological balance of nature threats of poaching, climate change, invasive species, habitat degradation and restoration. At night there will be storyteling, star gazing, and poetry around the camp f ire, as well as wildlife film screenings. DETAILED STATEMENT OF PROJECT Many children in Tanzania, especially those in informal settlements and religious children, have never seen wildlife or been to any of our national parks and reserves. FOHUSO seeks to engage these children by developing learning materials such as research and activity books to educate children about different species of animals. Through citizen science, FOHUSO connects children to their wildlife and nature and inspires them to value and act to conserve it. Through technology and science the children in turn nurture their desire to want to share this information with their peers, parents, teachers and larger community. The program’s aim is to create a generation of young advocates and champions of conservation who meaningfully work within their communities and contribute to sustainable and responsible solutions to matters effecting the environment, conservation and human wildlife conflict. We can attest that the seed for my passion for conservation was planted during school field trips, this is why We are committed to making this a trip that creates more sharp, dedicated and professional conservationists. NEEDS ASSESMENTS 1. Tents - we need 20 large tents (each will have 4 or 6 children) ( 2. Blankets or sleeping bags: We need 100 (shuka's, fleece blankets, blankets, bed sheets). 3. Sweaters, fleeces, hoodies, tracksuits, socks (any children's sizes above 5 years) 4. Buses or land cruisers (or funds to hire) 5. Solar lamps (we can return these), or torches with batteries (donate 1,500 for a lamp 6. Binoculars or cameras - gifts or we could borrow and return them afterwards 7. Fact books about African insects, birds, mammals, or plants, wildlife magazines (gifts or we could return them) NEES ASSESMENTS 8. Pens, pencils, color pencils, color pens 9. Relevant books or gifts as prizes 10. Body soap, Vaseline or body lotion Please share this with your friends lets work together to give our kids an experience of a life time that will cement their futures as Wildlife ambersadors All donations can be delivered to fohuso Offices Ilemela Kahasa street If you want to send me money for the purchases send to M pesa number 0763497678 and indicate what it is for. I will share a list all the donations and photos of all the purchases. I will also be posting images and videos of the expedition as it is ongoing (network permitting). For friends overseas please donate on fohuso .org THANK YOU
OVERVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS CREATING A GENERATION OF WILDLIFE advocates FOHUSO Education and Outreach program, Students Environment Travelling is an educational program that introduces Tanzanian children to practical tourism especially on endangered wildlife through a nationwide program targeting public primary schools. We are leveraging the 2019 to 2020 calendar and use companion activity books and learning materials, activities and field trips Through the program we takes children between five and eighteen years old to the national parks and reserves throughout Tanzania. FOHUSO hosts camping trips each year for children where they learn about the environment, critically endangered species inhabiting the parks and the conservation efforts of scientists and communities in and around wild life. The participants of the expedition are 8 to 14 year old children from some of the most remote and inaccessible schools in Tanzania.They will track animals with expert trackers, and learn how to identify birds, plants, insects, and how to read signs in the landscape. They will go on game drives, go to different habitats, climb hills. They will learn to use binoculars, how to take photographs and how to collect samples of water, dung, grasses and wild flowers. They will meet scientists and learn about livestock, and the ecological balance of nature threats of poaching, climate change, invasive species, habitat degradation and restoration. At night there will be storyteling, star gazing, and poetry around the camp f ire, as well as wildlife film screenings. DETAILED STATEMENT OF PROJECT Many children in Tanzania, especially those in informal settlements and religious children, have never seen wildlife or been to any of our national parks and reserves. FOHUSO seeks to engage these children by developing learning materials such as research and activity books to educate children about different species of animals. Through citizen science, FOHUSO connects children to their wildlife and nature and inspires them to value and act to conserve it. Through technology and science the children in turn nurture their desire to want to share this information with their peers, parents, teachers and larger community. The program’s aim is to create a generation of young advocates and champions of conservation who meaningfully work within their communities and contribute to sustainable and responsible solutions to matters effecting the environment, conservation and human wildlife conflict. We can attest that the seed for my passion for conservation was planted during school field trips, this is why We are committed to making this a trip that creates more sharp, dedicated and professional conservationists. NEEDS ASSESMENTS 1. Tents - we need 20 large tents (each will have 4 or 6 children) ( 2. Blankets or sleeping bags: We need 100 (shuka's, fleece blankets, blankets, bed sheets). 3. Sweaters, fleeces, hoodies, tracksuits, socks (any children's sizes above 5 years) 4. Buses or land cruisers (or funds to hire) 5. Solar lamps (we can return these), or torches with batteries (donate 1,500 for a lamp 6. Binoculars or cameras - gifts or we could borrow and return them afterwards 7. Fact books about African insects, birds, mammals, or plants, wildlife magazines (gifts or we could return them) NEES ASSESMENTS 8. Pens, pencils, color pencils, color pens 9. Relevant books or gifts as prizes 10. Body soap, Vaseline or body lotion Please share this with your friends lets work together to give our kids an experience of a life time that will cement their futures as Wildlife ambersadors All donations can be delivered to fohuso Offices Ilemela Kahasa street If you want to send me money for the purchases send to M pesa number 0763497678 and indicate what it is for. I will share a list all the donations and photos of all the purchases. I will also be posting images and videos of the expedition as it is ongoing (network permitting). For friends overseas please donate on fohuso .org THANK YOU
OVERVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS CREATING A GENERATION OF WILDLIFE advocates FOHUSO Education and Outreach program, Students Environment Travelling is an educational program that introduces Tanzanian children to practical tourism especially on endangered wildlife through a nationwide program targeting public primary schools. We are leveraging the 2019 to 2020 calendar and use companion activity books and learning materials, activities and field trips Through the program we takes children between five and eighteen years old to the national parks and reserves throughout Tanzania. FOHUSO hosts camping trips each year for children where they learn about the environment, critically endangered species inhabiting the parks and the conservation efforts of scientists and communities in and around wild life. The participants of the expedition are 8 to 14 year old children from some of the most remote and inaccessible schools in Tanzania.They will track animals with expert trackers, and learn how to identify birds, plants, insects, and how to read signs in the landscape. They will go on game drives, go to different habitats, climb hills. They will learn to use binoculars, how to take photographs and how to collect samples of water, dung, grasses and wild flowers. They will meet scientists and learn about livestock, and the ecological balance of nature threats of poaching, climate change, invasive species, habitat degradation and restoration. At night there will be storyteling, star gazing, and poetry around the camp f ire, as well as wildlife film screenings. DETAILED STATEMENT OF PROJECT Many children in Tanzania, especially those in informal settlements and religious children, have never seen wildlife or been to any of our national parks and reserves. FOHUSO seeks to engage these children by developing learning materials such as research and activity books to educate children about different species of animals. Through citizen science, FOHUSO connects children to their wildlife and nature and inspires them to value and act to conserve it. Through technology and science the children in turn nurture their desire to want to share this information with their peers, parents, teachers and larger community. The program’s aim is to create a generation of young advocates and champions of conservation who meaningfully work within their communities and contribute to sustainable and responsible solutions to matters effecting the environment, conservation and human wildlife conflict. We can attest that the seed for my passion for conservation was planted during school field trips, this is why We are committed to making this a trip that creates more sharp, dedicated and professional conservationists. NEEDS ASSESMENTS 1. Tents - we need 20 large tents (each will have 4 or 6 children) ( 2. Blankets or sleeping bags: We need 100 (shuka's, fleece blankets, blankets, bed sheets). 3. Sweaters, fleeces, hoodies, tracksuits, socks (any children's sizes above 5 years) 4. Buses or land cruisers (or funds to hire) 5. Solar lamps (we can return these), or torches with batteries (donate 1,500 for a lamp 6. Binoculars or cameras - gifts or we could borrow and return them afterwards 7. Fact books about African insects, birds, mammals, or plants, wildlife magazines (gifts or we could return them) NEES ASSESMENTS 8. Pens, pencils, color pencils, color pens 9. Relevant books or gifts as prizes 10. Body soap, Vaseline or body lotion Please share this with your friends lets work together to give our kids an experience of a life time that will cement their futures as Wildlife ambersadors All donations can be delivered to fohuso Offices Ilemela Kahasa street If you want to send me money for the purchases send to M pesa number 0763497678 and indicate what it is for. I will share a list all the donations and photos of all the purchases. I will also be posting images and videos of the expedition as it is ongoing (network permitting). For friends overseas please donate on fohuso .org THANK YOU
OVERVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS CREATING A GENERATION OF WILDLIFE advocates FOHUSO Education and Outreach program, Students Environment Travelling is an educational program that introduces Tanzanian children to practical tourism especially on endangered wildlife through a nationwide program targeting public primary schools. We are leveraging the 2019 to 2020 calendar and use companion activity books and learning materials, activities and field trips Through the program we takes children between five and eighteen years old to the national parks and reserves throughout Tanzania. FOHUSO hosts camping trips each year for children where they learn about the environment, critically endangered species inhabiting the parks and the conservation efforts of scientists and communities in and around wild life. The participants of the expedition are 8 to 14 year old children from some of the most remote and inaccessible schools in Tanzania.They will track animals with expert trackers, and learn how to identify birds, plants, insects, and how to read signs in the landscape. They will go on game drives, go to different habitats, climb hills. They will learn to use binoculars, how to take photographs and how to collect samples of water, dung, grasses and wild flowers. They will meet scientists and learn about livestock, and the ecological balance of nature threats of poaching, climate change, invasive species, habitat degradation and restoration. At night there will be storyteling, star gazing, and poetry around the camp f ire, as well as wildlife film screenings. DETAILED STATEMENT OF PROJECT Many children in Tanzania, especially those in informal settlements and religious children, have never seen wildlife or been to any of our national parks and reserves. FOHUSO seeks to engage these children by developing learning materials such as research and activity books to educate children about different species of animals. Through citizen science, FOHUSO connects children to their wildlife and nature and inspires them to value and act to conserve it. Through technology and science the children in turn nurture their desire to want to share this information with their peers, parents, teachers and larger community. The program’s aim is to create a generation of young advocates and champions of conservation who meaningfully work within their communities and contribute to sustainable and responsible solutions to matters effecting the environment, conservation and human wildlife conflict. We can attest that the seed for my passion for conservation was planted during school field trips, this is why We are committed to making this a trip that creates more sharp, dedicated and professional conservationists. NEEDS ASSESMENTS 1. Tents - we need 20 large tents (each will have 4 or 6 children) ( 2. Blankets or sleeping bags: We need 100 (shuka's, fleece blankets, blankets, bed sheets). 3. Sweaters, fleeces, hoodies, tracksuits, socks (any children's sizes above 5 years) 4. Buses or land cruisers (or funds to hire) 5. Solar lamps (we can return these), or torches with batteries (donate 1,500 for a lamp 6. Binoculars or cameras - gifts or we could borrow and return them afterwards 7. Fact books about African insects, birds, mammals, or plants, wildlife magazines (gifts or we could return them) NEES ASSESMENTS 8. Pens, pencils, color pencils, color pens 9. Relevant books or gifts as prizes 10. Body soap, Vaseline or body lotion Please share this with your friends lets work together to give our kids an experience of a life time that will cement their futures as Wildlife ambersadors All donations can be delivered to fohuso Offices Ilemela Kahasa street If you want to send me money for the purchases send to M pesa number 0763497678 and indicate what it is for. I will share a list all the donations and photos of all the purchases. I will also be posting images and videos of the expedition as it is ongoing (network permitting). For friends overseas please donate on fohuso .org THANK YOU
OVERVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS CREATING A GENERATION OF WILDLIFE advocates FOHUSO Education and Outreach program, Students Environment Travelling is an educational program that introduces Tanzanian children to practical tourism especially on endangered wildlife through a nationwide program targeting public primary schools. We are leveraging the 2019 to 2020 calendar and use companion activity books and learning materials, activities and field trips Through the program we takes children between five and eighteen years old to the national parks and reserves throughout Tanzania. FOHUSO hosts camping trips each year for children where they learn about the environment, critically endangered species inhabiting the parks and the conservation efforts of scientists and communities in and around wild life. The participants of the expedition are 8 to 14 year old children from some of the most remote and inaccessible schools in Tanzania.They will track animals with expert trackers, and learn how to identify birds, plants, insects, and how to read signs in the landscape. They will go on game drives, go to different habitats, climb hills. They will learn to use binoculars, how to take photographs and how to collect samples of water, dung, grasses and wild flowers. They will meet scientists and learn about livestock, and the ecological balance of nature threats of poaching, climate change, invasive species, habitat degradation and restoration. At night there will be storyteling, star gazing, and poetry around the camp f ire, as well as wildlife film screenings. DETAILED STATEMENT OF PROJECT Many children in Tanzania, especially those in informal settlements and religious children, have never seen wildlife or been to any of our national parks and reserves. FOHUSO seeks to engage these children by developing learning materials such as research and activity books to educate children about different species of animals. Through citizen science, FOHUSO connects children to their wildlife and nature and inspires them to value and act to conserve it. Through technology and science the children in turn nurture their desire to want to share this information with their peers, parents, teachers and larger community. The program’s aim is to create a generation of young advocates and champions of conservation who meaningfully work within their communities and contribute to sustainable and responsible solutions to matters effecting the environment, conservation and human wildlife conflict. We can attest that the seed for my passion for conservation was planted during school field trips, this is why We are committed to making this a trip that creates more sharp, dedicated and professional conservationists. NEEDS ASSESMENTS 1. Tents - we need 20 large tents (each will have 4 or 6 children) ( 2. Blankets or sleeping bags: We need 100 (shuka's, fleece blankets, blankets, bed sheets). 3. Sweaters, fleeces, hoodies, tracksuits, socks (any children's sizes above 5 years) 4. Buses or land cruisers (or funds to hire) 5. Solar lamps (we can return these), or torches with batteries (donate 1,500 for a lamp 6. Binoculars or cameras - gifts or we could borrow and return them afterwards 7. Fact books about African insects, birds, mammals, or plants, wildlife magazines (gifts or we could return them) NEES ASSESMENTS 8. Pens, pencils, color pencils, color pens 9. Relevant books or gifts as prizes 10. Body soap, Vaseline or body lotion Please share this with your friends lets work together to give our kids an experience of a life time that will cement their futures as Wildlife ambersadors All donations can be delivered to fohuso Offices Ilemela Kahasa street If you want to send me money for the purchases send to M pesa number 0763497678 and indicate what it is for. I will share a list all the donations and photos of all the purchases. I will also be posting images and videos of the expedition as it is ongoing (network permitting). For friends overseas please donate on fohuso .org THANK YOU
OVERVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS CREATING A GENERATION OF WILDLIFE advocates FOHUSO Education and Outreach program, Students Environment Travelling is an educational program that introduces Tanzanian children to practical tourism especially on endangered wildlife through a nationwide program targeting public primary schools. We are leveraging the 2019 to 2020 calendar and use companion activity books and learning materials, activities and field trips Through the program we takes children between five and eighteen years old to the national parks and reserves throughout Tanzania. FOHUSO hosts camping trips each year for children where they learn about the environment, critically endangered species inhabiting the parks and the conservation efforts of scientists and communities in and around wild life. The participants of the expedition are 8 to 14 year old children from some of the most remote and inaccessible schools in Tanzania.They will track animals with expert trackers, and learn how to identify birds, plants, insects, and how to read signs in the landscape. They will go on game drives, go to different habitats, climb hills. They will learn to use binoculars, how to take photographs and how to collect samples of water, dung, grasses and wild flowers. They will meet scientists and learn about livestock, and the ecological balance of nature threats of poaching, climate change, invasive species, habitat degradation and restoration. At night there will be storyteling, star gazing, and poetry around the camp f ire, as well as wildlife film screenings. DETAILED STATEMENT OF PROJECT Many children in Tanzania, especially those in informal settlements and religious children, have never seen wildlife or been to any of our national parks and reserves. FOHUSO seeks to engage these children by developing learning materials such as research and activity books to educate children about different species of animals. Through citizen science, FOHUSO connects children to their wildlife and nature and inspires them to value and act to conserve it. Through technology and science the children in turn nurture their desire to want to share this information with their peers, parents, teachers and larger community. The program’s aim is to create a generation of young advocates and champions of conservation who meaningfully work within their communities and contribute to sustainable and responsible solutions to matters effecting the environment, conservation and human wildlife conflict. We can attest that the seed for my passion for conservation was planted during school field trips, this is why We are committed to making this a trip that creates more sharp, dedicated and professional conservationists. NEEDS ASSESMENTS 1. Tents - we need 20 large tents (each will have 4 or 6 children) ( 2. Blankets or sleeping bags: We need 100 (shuka's, fleece blankets, blankets, bed sheets). 3. Sweaters, fleeces, hoodies, tracksuits, socks (any children's sizes above 5 years) 4. Buses or land cruisers (or funds to hire) 5. Solar lamps (we can return these), or torches with batteries (donate 1,500 for a lamp 6. Binoculars or cameras - gifts or we could borrow and return them afterwards 7. Fact books about African insects, birds, mammals, or plants, wildlife magazines (gifts or we could return them) NEES ASSESMENTS 8. Pens, pencils, color pencils, color pens 9. Relevant books or gifts as prizes 10. Body soap, Vaseline or body lotion Please share this with your friends lets work together to give our kids an experience of a life time that will cement their futures as Wildlife ambersadors All donations can be delivered to fohuso Offices Ilemela Kahasa street If you want to send me money for the purchases send to M pesa number 0763497678 and indicate what it is for. I will share a list all the donations and photos of all the purchases. I will also be posting images and videos of the expedition as it is ongoing (network permitting). For friends overseas please donate on fohuso .org THANK YOU
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