The 2012-2013 Club P.A.N. school year is well underway.
This year we have over 800 students in Côte d’Ivoire and Guinea participating in the programme!
The pre-evaluations of the students and the first eight lessons are done. The program will continue with the last lessons, the parents" days and the post-evaluations in the next weeks.
We are very proud to announce that the WCF / Club P.A.N. project has won a prize by UK-based international development charity "Teach A Man To Fish":
The WCF has been named as the organisation with the most entrepreneurial approach to education in Côte d’Ivoire in the Educating Africa Pan-African Awards for Entrepreneurship in Education. With over 350
entries from all over Africa, the WCF has done exceptionally well to be named a country winner in the competition. It’s unique and entrepreneurial approach to education meant that it caught the judges’
attention even despite this being the most competitive competition to date. As a country prize winner, the WCF is entitled to prize winnings of USD $1,000.
We would like to thank our supporters that have made the 6th Club P.A.N. school year in Côte d'Ivoire and the 3th year in Guinea possible: Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund, Oklahoma City Zoo &
Botanical Garden - Conservation Action Now, Auckland Zoo Conservation Grant, Keidanren Nature Conservation Fund, Columbus Zoo, DierenPark Amersfoort Wildlife Fund,Sweden Chimpanzee Trust, BMZ, Zoo am Meer Bremerhafen, Teach A Man To Fish, Brevard Zoo, Leipzig Zoo, Tierschutz
Zürich, Kepler Gymnasium, Guinea Alumina Corporation,
Nadin Eckhardt, Mimi Arandjelovic, Vera Schmeling, Karin Bahrke and Andrea Peuker.
For more information check out the 2012/2013 Midterm Report HERE
the Teach a Man to Fish prize Press Release HERE