Environmental Education Program
This program is executed free of charge in public schools in coastal communities, in the following 3 phases:
1) Sensibilization and awareness: It is a talk & audio visual tool that shows what is happening in the sea and marine species due to plastics in the sea, concluding with specific guidelines: what can I do as a child. They work with children, young people, teachers and parents.
2) Let’s get to work: It is a beach cleaning with students, parents and teachers, so that there is a personal experience on the topics we saw in class. Garbage is collected, classified and a top 5 is generated per site, so that students can analyze the problem quantitatively and qualitatively.
3) Ecomural: Finally, a mural is made with the collaboration of volunteers, to leave a reminder through an artistic space of the experience lived during the Program, in addition to leaving a clear message about the reality of the sea and the impact of the garbage that seeks to call people to action.
Sustainable communities in Ayangue
“Oceanic Literacy for sustainable communities”, which has three components: 1) Ocean Education 2) Eco entrepeneurship 3) Sustainable Tourism This experience seeks to generate oceanic culture through local education, to understand the environment and correct way to fishing, tourism and solid waste management at the community level.