Abu Dhabi (Al Ittihad)
The International Fund for Houbara Conservation, the world leader with its proactive model for preserving species, announced the launch of its second educational game, “Centennial Vision”, to reinforce its leading position in the field of digital education.
The launch of the game, which is available in both Arabic and English, yesterday, in celebration of the International Day of Education, and this game provides an interactive educational experience that aims to educate users about global sustainability issues, and enables them to learn about a number of scientific concepts and actual events and their impact on the ground.
The game is currently available via the following link:
The Centennial Vision game is the latest contribution from the Educational Fund for Species Conservation, which is characterized by its diversity and interactive methodology, and formally integrated into the national school curriculum of the UAE. The launch of the new game comes in the wake of the great demand for the game “A Bird’s Journey” for education with entertainment, which contributes to educating students and sensitizing them to Houbara and its importance in the Emirati heritage and the ecosystem as a whole. On official accreditation from the Ministry of Education.
The game “A Bird’s Journey” is available to all students and teachers in state schools through the Ministry of Education’s digital teaching and learning platforms, and has met with remarkable demand from students and teachers, as it has been downloaded more than 4,000 times.
In addition to the role played by the Centennial Vision as an exceptional tool dedicated to educating students and highlighting the efforts of the Ministry of Education in preserving species, this game has become available for everyone to enjoy and benefit from its information. By launching this game, the International Fund for Houbara Conservation aims to educate individuals about the impact of their activities on the planet’s environment.
The International Fund for Houbara Conservation has achieved great successes, as it has succeeded in attracting more than 55 thousand students and informing them about the importance of preserving species through the educational program for the preservation of species: the model of the Houbara. The Fund has also succeeded in providing a continuous and seamless educational experience for young learners by modifying its program in line with digital platforms, especially after it was approved as a partner of the Ministry of Education in the United Arab Emirates.