School visit July 2021

24/03/2022

In July 2021 project leader Rikke Langebæk visited four schools in Mara North Conservancy to present the MNCDog Project to school children. A total of almost 400 children attended the presentation, asked questions and learned why having fewer, but healthier, neutered dogs that stay at home is better than having many hungry dogs that run away to find food or to mate with a female in heat. A video illustrating the veterinary students working with the dogs, examining them and doing surgery was played in class. And finally – to the childrens’ delight – Rikke used a stuffed toy dog to demonstrate how the surgeries are performed.Hopefully, the children will now be able to go home and educate their families about wildlife conservation, population and disease control, vaccinations and education.

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