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Young PACE leaders make a virtual visit to Lewa Education Centre in Kenya

Thirty six young Conservation leaders and their coordinators made a virtual visit to the Education Centre at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya last Thursday. The youngsters are all members of school Wildlife or Environment Clubs that participated in our series of Conservation talks and virtual visits in the school holiday, organised with Ninety One. We are thrilled that so many children were able to overcome connectivity and equipment constraints to learn from such experienced conservation educators - and hugely grateful to [...]

Young Conservationists inspiring each other after a hard year of home schooling.

    The PACE & Ninety One Next Generation of conservation heroes education and exchange holiday programme has been a huge success.  It involved more than 90 people, over five weeks. There were group talks with professional conservationists, interactive virtual visits to an eco-school and Education Centre at Lewa Conservancy in Kenya, and fifty 1:1 video chats between children in different countries.  We wanted to connect young conservationists, help them share ideas, and provide a platform, especially for children in Africa, [...]

The Next Generation of Ninety One conservation heroes

It's fantastic to hear the impressions of our young people as they meet and chat between continents as part of our Next Generation summer programme. From Uganda - " I learnt that the whole world is fighting against climate change together, because I'd thought we were the only ones doing it." "I have learnt that Uganda has wildlife more than the UK has, as I've been told that they have no mountain gorillas there." "I have also learned that an idea [...]

PACE and Ninety One’s — Next Generation of Conservation heroes

Through July and August children from Ninety One in the UK, USA, Poland and young PACE partners from conservation clubs across Africa will partake in talks and tours by rangers and conservationists at projects in Zimbabwe, Kenya and Madagascar. The youngsters have also been paired up for 1:1 video chats so that young conservationists from clubs and schools in South Africa, Lewa and Lamu in Kenya, Uganda and Cameroon can explain work on protection of animals and the environment in their [...]