BirdLife Malta strives to conserve wild birds and their habitats. The organisation monitors activity that threatens wild birds, such as illegal hunting and trapping and urban development in conservation areas on the Maltese islands.Read more
The project partners in Malta were chosen as their support is necessary to ensure the implementation of the programme in schools in Malta and the development of outputs linked to curriculum. The involvement and support of the Ministry of Education and Employment will ensure that school management and teachers understand the importance of the programme. The Education Ministry will add valuable expertise during the planning stage and development of innovative new resources/outputs.
The objective of the Ministry for Education and Employment is to provide present and future generations with the necessary skills and talents for citizenship and employability, in the 21st century and beyond.Read more
The international project partners were chosen as they are similar NGOs who believe that environmental education has a vital role to play in nature conservation, and vice versa. All of the involved NGOs are also BirdLife International Partners.
Ogólnopolskie Towarzystwo Ochrony Ptaków (OTOP - Polish Society for the Protection of Birds) is a registered non-governmental organisation that works for the protection of wild birds and places where they live.Read more
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) is the UK's largest nature conservation charity, with over 1.1 million members.Read more
BirdWatch Ireland is the largest independent conservation organisation in the Republic of Ireland and is the official BirdLife International Partner in that country. A registered charity, its aim is the conservation of wild birds and their natural habitats.Read more