Nature Education Program
The goal is to expose local children to the forests and wildlife in/around Pakke Tiger Reserve and to help develop a sense of pride and connectedness to their natural heritage
Pakke Nature Clubs
2017 was an exciting year for us because it witnessed the birth
of our Nature Education program. As a first step, we set up nature
clubs in seven local schools in the Seijosa area, through which we
are reaching out to over 650 children from Classes 6-9.
The main aim of the Pakke Nature Clubs is to expose children to the forests and wildlife around Pakke Tiger Reserve through year-round activities, which culminate in nature camps inside the park. The first nature camps were held in November 2017 with 150 students from 4 local schools. In 2018, we will be scaling up so that 450 students will have the opportunity to camp in the middle of a forest for two nights and three days!