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Educating for a Brighter Future

Guest lecture in one of the top- ranked universities in Türkiye

Published on: April 8, 2024

At Wild at Life, we don’t just rescue and protect animals—we also teach young people about important things like animal rights, saving wildlife, and the different kinds of animals on our planet, especially in Turkey.

We run programs that help kids understand these topics. Our goal is to make a big impact on the future. We want to give kids the knowledge and understanding to make our planet a better place. By teaching kids to care for animals and their homes, we believe we can create a brighter future for everyone.

We do this in many ways. We hold workshops and talks at schools and universities. These events get students thinking about how they can help protect our environment and cover topics such as why biodiversity is important and how climate change affects animals.

We believe that teaching is the key to a better world. By helping young people learn about animals and nature, we can work towards a brighter future.

Thank you for being part of our mission to teach and inspire. Together, we can make a real difference

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