New curricula "Great Gobi 6" are developed for secondary school children | WWF

New curricula "Great Gobi 6" are developed for secondary school children



Posted on 08 November 2017
At the end of the meeting, the participants agreed on implementation of a regional work plan for an increased role of educational organizations in the western region in conservation GG-6 wild species.
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WWF-Mongolia launched the initiative “Great Gobi-6” (GG-6) in 2016 in order to mobilize stakeholders into protection of the endangered Gobi wild species such as Bactrian camel, Khulan, Gobi bear, Takhi, black-tailed gazelle and Saiga. This initiative has been already known well by the public.
To make conservation activities more efficient, positive attitude of the public is a key and educational sector’s inputs are significant in it. Therefore, a consultation meeting hold among 62 teachers and educators from national Educational Departments of 5 provinces located in Altai -Sayan Eco-Region.  The participants discussed and developed curricula under specific themes on endangered wild species in Gobi ecosystem. Teachers and educators agreed to pilot the newly developed curricula for the 7th grade children of 150 secondary schools in Altay-Sayan Eco Region. 
At the end of the meeting, the participants agreed on implementation of a regional work plan for an increased role of educational organizations in the western region in conservation GG-6 wild species.   
 
At the end of the meeting, the participants agreed on implementation of a regional work plan for an increased role of educational organizations in the western region in conservation GG-6 wild species.
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