The Elephant Charge funding has enabled CWET to reach thousands of community members, including school children, with an innovative and engaging conservation education programme.
The current Education Team comprises of 4 Community Conservation Educators (CCEs), a Community Outreach Coordinator and a Conservation Education Manager. The teams work in 19 schools every 2 weeks, running 31 school Conservation Clubs and teaching 930 students every 2 weeks as well as facilitating sessions with 64 community groups a month. The Mobile Education Unit enables the Educators to engage with very remote community groups.
The EC support has enabled the expansion of the education program, with an even larger impact, particularly in very remote areas.
Below you can find see all the grants that have been awarded to Chipembele Wildlife Education Trust.
Received $18.387 in grants from the Elephant Charge 2022 – Chinwambishi
Received $19.901 in grants from the Fuchs Elephant Charge 2021 – Matakula
Received $13.150 in grants from the Fuchs Elephant Charge 2020 – Kawanga River
Received $15.175 in grants from the Fuchs Elephant Charge 2019 – Nankanga Hill