EDUCATION ACTIVITIES IN COSTA RICA
Now more than ever, it is essential to teach about the importance of sharks & ocean conservation.
During June 2016 Nakawe Project did different type of activities with youth, teenagers and the surfing community (Surfing Nation Magazine & Vista Guapa Surf Camp).
We were honored to have Alan Vázquez, an environmental artist from México, which painted a Mural in Cen Cinai in Jacó.
There is glimps of the proccess…
Nuestra Señora de Lourdes School in Heredia, Costa Rica.
Education activities too connect children to the marine environment through experiential education programmes that focus on sharks in order to nurture ocean awareness and environmentally responsible actions.
Keeping our children in the loop. Do you still remember a simple song or nursery rhyme from your grade school days?
That’s how powerful the mind of a child is. Their brains are like sponges that absorb a lot of information we feed them. That’s the reason why #Awareness should start when we are young. We learn about #Kindness #Compassion #Empathy #Love and #Respect and this shapes us to be the adults of today and for the future. Education is an integral hub in the success of any endeavor and it is an aspect we will never neglect if we want to save our sharks, our turtles, our wildlife, this planet. To learn more about our #ProjectMission, please click the link in our bio. We cannot do this alone. Our sharks need our help desperately. We need your help. Check out our #CrowdFundingProject #SigningUpAsAMember and #VolunteerWork here at Nakawe Project@nakaweproject www.nakaweproject.