SPNL is announcing the launching of its School with No Walls (SNOW) program in Hima Anjar –Kfar Zabad, through the initiation of the first Hima Educational Summer Camp in the area. SNOW is an educational program initiated by SPNL in collaboration with its partner Great Escape; one of the leading nature based tourism companies in Lebanon. The SNOW program is developed for students of the age between 8 and 12, where it consists of several activities including Hands on activities and Learning through fun. SNOW aims to raise awareness about IBAs and KBAs habitat and species, to respect nature and appreciate cultural practices and values. The Hima summer camp launched under the program will take place on the first week of September where it will focus on raising awareness about the Anjar – Kfar Zabad habitats including wetland, and forest, in addition to globally threatened species including the Syrian Serin and River Otter found in the site. It will involve the kids of the Anjar and Kfar Zabad area in fun activities that will stimulate their appreciation to the nature and culture that they possess. This program will be lead by the Anjar and Kfar Zabad local women who will have a major role in awareness and capacity building in this site.
Kherbet Qanafar hosts the closing ceremony of “Enhancing livelihoods of Lebanese communities in Hima territories”
The Society for The Protection of Nature in Lebanon organized a closing ceremony for the …