Conservation Education materials

Climate Smart Agriculture

  Climate Smart agriculture, also called Conservation farming is a no till approach.  No plough is used to till the soil.  The lack of tilling maintains soil particle size meaning that more water can infiltrate deeper.  This, with the extra organic matter added to the soil makes farms more resistant to drought, and also to erosion. Soils contain carbon dioxide and extensive ploughing or hand-tilling releases all this carbon dioxide into the atmosphere increasing greenhouse gas emissions. In ‘Conservation Farming’ permanent [...]

School environment club planting trees in Maroua

April and May are the hottest months in the Far north region of Cameroon. Temperatures range between 36 and 42, sometimes 46 oC - pretty challenging for indoor classes when there is no air conditioning.  At Jacques de Bernon Catholic School in Maroua because of these extreme temperatures and as a a covid precaution,  lessons have moved outside.  It has made the teachers and learners appreciate the shade of mango trees planted on campus by the school's founders. The situation has [...]

Uganda Conservation Foundation

Uganda Conservation Foundation (UCF) received a consignment of new PACE materials late last year. They were well received by the UCF field team and swiftly shared with their community volunteers, who we are pleased to say were equally positive. Uganda Conservation Foundation has been doing vital work in and around the Murchison Falls National Park in Northern Uganda for nearly two decades.  It was the country’s first and very famous national park, home to iconic wildlife, including the rare Rothchild’s giraffe. [...]

PACE – Careers in Conservation

Conservation is a growing and exciting sector, that provides an extraordinary range of employment and career opportunities - more than most people realise. The PACE Careers in Conservation module shows the kinds of opportunities that exist. Five very different organisations, in very different African countries are used to illustrate the great range of jobs and many kinds of people that work in conservation and related employment - from teachers, nurses, mechanics, IT, finance, fundraising, craftswomen, management and business people to drivers, [...]

Conservation Education materials on their way to partners in seventeen countries across Africa

We received brand new Conservation Education materials from the printer last week - Energy & Climate Change, and Careers in Conservation, booklets, posters and banners.   You can watch a great little preview of the Energy & Climate Change supplement (production of) courtesy of Ashley House Printing.  Nearly 500 kg of the new materials are now on their way to partners in Botswana, Burundi, Cameroon, DRC, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia! Huge thanks [...]