Biodiversity on Wheels or BOW is exactly that: a moving classroom of biodiversity, conservation and science!
But in order to help children learn about wildlife and the importance of nature, we need volunteers from all walks of life to bring this knowledge to them. Volunteers help with storytelling, fun activities and more.
Learn alongside children about how important the environment is. And keep the BOW rolling!
We need volunteers!
- Feb 10 @ General Pio del Pilar Elementary School, Makati
- Feb 14 @ Nayon ng Kabataan, Mandaluyong
About Biodiversity on Wheels (BOW)
Haribon Foundation’s BOW program, launched last April 2012, is a built-in multimedia and library rolled into one van that visits schools and communities to teach Philippine biodiversity. As of 2015, it has taught biodiversity to more than 40,000 students from 73 public elementary schools and 13 communities in different parts of the country. It has also engaged more than 564 volunteers to spread the message of biodiversity conservation to students.