conservation education

Our children are our future ambassadors, decision-makers and leaders. 


We believe that conservation education is paramount to instilling a passion for protecting the environment and an understanding of the value of our wild creatures, in particular the iconic big cats, and the role they play in the ecosystem.


The team will visit primary schools in the Khumbu valley on route to Everest Base Camp to facilitate conservation education activities with the children on the topic of endangered cats.


In Tanzania the team will visit primary schools where a series of similar conservation activities will be conducted.

Schools we will visit in Nepal:

1. Yuba Barsha Basic School, Monju

2. Sagarmatha Basic School, Namche

3. Khumjung Secondary School, Khumjung 

4. Phortse Basic School, Phortse

5. Pangboche Basic School Pangboche

"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." - Nelson Mandela

Schools we will visit in Tanzania:

To be confirmed.

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