Education is a fundamental part of LifeForce activities.
To help people understand critical problems and the part they can play in resolving them and, better still, to help people understand how problems can be prevented. Via Health & Hygiene Workshops, presentations to Forest Department personnel, public presentations and participation in school activities, men, women and children of all ages are given information, techniques and practical help to resolve environmental problems.
In addition to community-based benefits, conservation projects must, for long-term success, also include the active involvement and participation of local people.
An increasing number of Indian citizens are becoming involved with LifeForce projects. Some of these projects support related Indian conservation initiatives and all involve local towns people as well as the tribal people living in the forest.
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