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Implementation of an environmental study program for 120 students from 10 villages and towns around the reserve.
2 groups of 30 high school students from 4 towns in the region of Jicaral, Lepanto, Paquera and Cobano, will travel to the Karen Mogensen Reserve for a 1 night / 2 day interactive environmental education program. In addition, 2 groups of 30 primary school students from 6 small communities around the Karen Mogensen Reserve, will stay 1 night / 2 days, for the following interactive learning program. For most of the program, the students will be divided into several smaller groups. Each group will have a volunteer educator to guide the students in raising awareness on the following topics:
Dividing into small groups, volunteer educators will lead each group through the forest on separate trails in the Karen Mogensen Reserve with specific tasks:
Certification and promotion of the Cerro Escondido ecolodge through the Vaolo collaborative platform.