In conjunction with the Paisajes Conectados program, thousands of children and adolescents in Caquetá take care of their territory and the life within it. With the support of teachers and their families they have learned and taught about conservation, the protection of water sources and how to better manage natural resources.
78 of them have researched and explored the Amazon jungle, one of the most important in the world. During their research, they took a closer look at butterflies, bees, amphibians and many other unique animals and trees of this ecosystem.
Together with the program and their teachers, as a result the children and young people have created 8 teaching aids to enable more people to keep learning about and caring for nature. In the following videos, you can learn about the fauna of Belén de los Andaquíes with Elizabeth Montoya and Jaider Ávila.
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