If you and I want to protect rhinos in the future and for our future generation to come, we need today’s children to grow up to be wildlife leaders, through education!!!!
It is extremely important to teach the new generation the benefits of wildlife and how to protect them.
Did you know? Education is also a great way to pass messages onto the wider community about how to protect their local wildlife in Africa. It is important for the local community to learn how and why it is important to look after their local natural resources which includes wildlife to ensure they have the ability to grow food, have access to clean water and earn a living.
For an education to become effective, your organisation it needs to have clear measureable goals of what the education should achieve which should be linked to the conservation goal. It also requires commitment from all members of the organisation or team, enthusiastic well trained staff; transport; equipment and educational materials.
Remember that it is important to not force resources on anyone and expect that to educate them how important their environment is. Every education programme may be planned out differently depending on what it is trying to achieve and who you are is trying to reach.
Rhino protect proudly supports environment education. Without education, whether it is children or grownups, nothing will change in the world, if we are able to educate at least one person, we are making an impact on the saving the rhinos.