Twelve teachers were trained to use the methodology developed by partner ANIA Asociation and recognized by UNESCO. Eight elementary schools and four pre-schools engaged in activities during the second semester of clases. They planted and harvested and shared with their families the urge to protect nature. Looking ahead, we plan to add 10 schools to the program during 2016.
TIERRA DE NIÑOS OF VALERA, ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAM SPREADS OUT