Environmental Education is more than just sharing information about the environment; it goes to the extent of elaborating how individuals may know how to weigh various sides of an issue through critical thinking and it enhances their own problem-solving and decision-making skill, and taking into consideration the environment, environment challenges and solutions, concern of the environment and take lead to the resolution of environmental challenges.
We showcase the value of any wild animal, plant or parts thereof within its constituent habitat or ecosystem on land or in water, as well as species that have been introduced.
We offer reality based environmental education using photos, as a tool to create conservation awareness. During the school visits we provide eco-visual environmental literacy training and also provide students with superb resources for engagement with mostly photos that are obtain around their school environment.
Young people in Kenya limit wildlife to the big five. This is limiting and has to change in order to see more young people support wildlife conservation. Wildlife include both flora and fauna and each young person has the right to know. The power of creating images with the students is the most satisfactory and inspiring thing I have ever done.
Young people are the custodians of natural resources in the world today and tomorrow. We need to reach as many as possible and teach them on the importance of wildlife and how they may support conservation efforts.
A photo-led platform for sharing stories that enables relevant knowledge-sharing of everything nature and wildlife through conservation photography