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Raising awareness about wildlife conservation for students

17 May 2014 | 08:30:55 AM

From May 13 to May 16, Education for Nature - Vietnam organized a training on "Raising public awareness to minimize the wild animals consumption" for nearly 400 students of Quang Nam University.


Overview of the training session

The purpose of the program is to "Raising public awareness to minimize the wild animals consumption'. At the training sessions, the students are provided situation of wild animals consumption, danger of extinction of wildlife species and the protection of the environment and wildlife protection. At the same time, a ceremony on propaganda of joining hands to prevent trafficking of illegal wildlife was launched.

In addition, the program has established the volunteers team carrying out advocacy activities and encourage the active participation of the public to prevent the trafficking of wild animals.


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