Gorongosa’s tree planters are on Mount Gorongosa every day working to save its rainforest. Here are three ways that you can help save Mount Gorongosa too:  http://www.gorongosa.org/blog/park-news/help-save-mount-gorongosa  Please PIN this post to spread the message to your friends  Photo by Anton Crone

Gorongosa’s tree planters are on Mount Gorongosa every day working to save its rainforest. Here are three ways that you can help save Mount Gorongosa too: http://www.gorongosa.org/blog/park-news/help-save-mount-gorongosa Please PIN this post to spread the message to your friends Photo by Anton Crone

Families from the nearby community of Nhanguo no longer have to walk long distances for fresh, clean water. The Gorongosa Restoration Project dug a new borehole in the center of the community making the lives of the people who live there healthier and happier. Read about this momentous event:   http://www.gorongosa.org/blog/bush-diaries/fresh-water-nhanguo  Thanks to James Byrne for this photo.

Families from the nearby community of Nhanguo no longer have to walk long distances for fresh, clean water. The Gorongosa Restoration Project dug a new borehole in the center of the community making the lives of the people who live there healthier and happier. Read about this momentous event: http://www.gorongosa.org/blog/bush-diaries/fresh-water-nhanguo Thanks to James Byrne for this photo.

Mount Gorongosa provides life-giving water to both people and wildlife of the area. See how we are working with the communities of Mount Gorongosa to ensure that they have the opportunity to have access to healthcare, education, and sustainable livelihoods: http://www.gorongosa.org/blog/park-news/working-mount-gorongosa’s-communities  Thanks to Anton Crone for this photo!

Mount Gorongosa provides life-giving water to both people and wildlife of the area. See how we are working with the communities of Mount Gorongosa to ensure that they have the opportunity to have access to healthcare, education, and sustainable livelihoods: http://www.gorongosa.org/blog/park-news/working-mount-gorongosa’s-communities Thanks to Anton Crone for this photo!

International Women’s Day: Laurinha Paulino is a traditional birth attendant (or matrona) who helps pregnant women on Mount Gorongosa with  prenatal care and accompanies them to the closest hospital for safe deliveries. Laurinha is an inspiration to us because she is helping save the lives of pregnant women and children around Gorongosa: http://www.gorongosa.org/our-story/community/health

International Women’s Day: Laurinha Paulino is a traditional birth attendant (or matrona) who helps pregnant women on Mount Gorongosa with prenatal care and accompanies them to the closest hospital for safe deliveries. Laurinha is an inspiration to us because she is helping save the lives of pregnant women and children around Gorongosa: http://www.gorongosa.org/our-story/community/health

Get a taste of rural life in Africa by visiting Vinho community near Gorongosa National Park. A Gorongosa guide will take to you a school and a new local market. Experience first hand how your visit can make a difference in people’s lives:http://www.gorongosa.org/plan-your-adventure/activities/trip-vinho-communityThanks to Tish Grant of Bushfind for this photo!

Get a taste of rural life in Africa by visiting Vinho community near Gorongosa National Park. A Gorongosa guide will take to you a school and a new local market. Experience first hand how your visit can make a difference in people’s lives:http://www.gorongosa.org/plan-your-adventure/activities/trip-vinho-communityThanks to Tish Grant of Bushfind for this photo!

The children in Povua understand that newly planted trees need to be cared for and protected. This student is building a fence around his/her tree to protect it from goats eating the leaves and people trampling it. We planted trees aroundthe local football field to provide shade for spectators and more trees on the school's grounds. You can help plant trees in Gorongosa too: http://www.gorongosa.org/connect-support/plant-tree  Thanks to Adrienne McGill for this photo!

The children in Povua understand that newly planted trees need to be cared for and protected. This student is building a fence around his/her tree to protect it from goats eating the leaves and people trampling it. We planted trees aroundthe local football field to provide shade for spectators and more trees on the school's grounds. You can help plant trees in Gorongosa too: http://www.gorongosa.org/connect-support/plant-tree Thanks to Adrienne McGill for this photo!

Staff from the Community Education Center led a tree replanting event at Escola Primária de Povua. Over 50 trees of different native species were planted by students from the school. It was a great day and the kids had great fun digging holes and planting the saplings they had grown themselves from seeds. Hopefully, these saplings will grown tall and wide and provide clean air and shade for thousands of people in the years to come.  http://www.gorongosa.org/our-story/community/education

Staff from the Community Education Center led a tree replanting event at Escola Primária de Povua. Over 50 trees of different native species were planted by students from the school. It was a great day and the kids had great fun digging holes and planting the saplings they had grown themselves from seeds. Hopefully, these saplings will grown tall and wide and provide clean air and shade for thousands of people in the years to come. http://www.gorongosa.org/our-story/community/education

Today, the students from Pungue Primary School planted 77 trees!  How are you preparing for World Forest Day tomorrow?    Thanks to Adrienne McGill for this photo and for teaching these students about the importance of planting trees.

Today, the students from Pungue Primary School planted 77 trees! How are you preparing for World Forest Day tomorrow? Thanks to Adrienne McGill for this photo and for teaching these students about the importance of planting trees.

At Gorongosa, we understand that the children who live near the Park are our future conservationists. Our education staff brings  local kids to our Conservation Education Center to teach them about the importance of their conserving their national park, and their planet. These bright, eager young kids, are Gorongosa’s future protectors and we thank them for their passion and enthusiasm!    Learn more about Gorongosa’s education programs: …

At Gorongosa, we understand that the children who live near the Park are our future conservationists. Our education staff brings local kids to our Conservation Education Center to teach them about the importance of their conserving their national park, and their planet. These bright, eager young kids, are Gorongosa’s future protectors and we thank them for their passion and enthusiasm! Learn more about Gorongosa’s education programs: …

Teachers in the communities around Gorongosa have the important job of shaping the minds of our future decision makers. Gorongosa’s education program includes empowering the teachers of these communities by providing them with the resources and knowledge they need to help Gorongosa’s young people become future conservationists: http://www.gorongosa.org/our-story/community/educationIn celebration of International Women’s Day tomorrow, we would like to thank all of the teachers of the world…

Teachers in the communities around Gorongosa have the important job of shaping the minds of our future decision makers. Gorongosa’s education program includes empowering the teachers of these communities by providing them with the resources and knowledge they need to help Gorongosa’s young people become future conservationists: http://www.gorongosa.org/our-story/community/educationIn celebration of International Women’s Day tomorrow, we would like to thank all of the teachers of the world…

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