MED encourages bet on environmental education

  • Ministra de Educación, Luísa Grilo
Moçâmedes- The Minister of Education, Luísa Grilo, encouraged this Wednesday, in Moçâmedes, educators and literacy teachers and other intervening agents in the teaching process to bet on environmental education.

According to the minister, this bet should necessarily go through the creation of environmental education policies, with campaigns of tree plantation and its maintenance, allowing children and adolescents to have the notion of the care that they should have with nature.

This incentive was made by the minister in the locality of Macala Tchipate, municipality of Moçâmedes, after having participated in the campaign of tree plantation in the surroundings of a school of nine classrooms totally concluded, but that waits for its inauguration, financed by the BNI Bank in the value of 180 million kwanzas.

"These initiatives should be taken advantage of and serve as environmental education for children, because the earlier we start talking about the environment the better it will be for an environmental balance for us to live well," said the minister.

The minister said there is a signed commitment on the environment, a way that the State found to achieve an environmental balance, starting from children's education.

Luísa Grilo advised the Director of the Provincial Environment Office to create programmes to open courses on environmental management, bearing in mind the existence of the extractive industry that exploits resources and many of them without any care for the environment.

 

 

According to the minister, this bet should necessarily go through the creation of environmental education policies, with campaigns of tree plantation and its maintenance, allowing children and adolescents to have the notion of the care that they should have with nature.

This incentive was made by the minister in the locality of Macala Tchipate, municipality of Moçâmedes, after having participated in the campaign of tree plantation in the surroundings of a school of nine classrooms totally concluded, but that waits for its inauguration, financed by the BNI Bank in the value of 180 million kwanzas.

"These initiatives should be taken advantage of and serve as environmental education for children, because the earlier we start talking about the environment the better it will be for an environmental balance for us to live well," said the minister.

The minister said there is a signed commitment on the environment, a way that the State found to achieve an environmental balance, starting from children's education.

Luísa Grilo advised the Director of the Provincial Environment Office to create programmes to open courses on environmental management, bearing in mind the existence of the extractive industry that exploits resources and many of them without any care for the environment.