Monthly Archives: September 2009

FORS Environmental Education package with Igingilanyi Primary School!

Due to global financial downturn Friends of Ruaha Society (FORS) team decided not to stay in the office doing nothing rather work with some primary schools which are near our office. After having welcomed meeting with District Education officer, Ward Education officer, Head teacher, teachers and few representative students from Igingilanyi primary school, FORS has […]

Friends of Ruaha bringing conservation education closer to home!

Since we are going through a sticky patch funding-wise, but since we don’t want to sit around in the office doing nothing, we have decided that we will engage in almost zero-cost work in schools which are near enough to our office to mean that we don’t have to use any diesel to get there! […]

Schools on boundary of dry Ruaha National Park stay green!

Kids living on the boundaries of Ruaha National Park in Tanzania have to learn to live with very little water in a long dry period season which stretches from April to December. Friends of Ruaha Society (FORS) encourages schools to have pleasant surroundings in their schools but wer stress the importance of doing this without […]

Friends of Ruaha Society school success, against the odds!

Friends of Ruaha Society have not worked with Magombwe school, very near to the border of Ruaha NationaPark, for very long, simply because it has not been in existence for very many years.  It was set up in to accommodate children who had several kilometers to walk to the nearest school in Isele village.  Now […]