MOTHER NATURE AND TANZANIAN GIRL
Trees are wonderful, and are essential for human life. The benefits trees provide are enormous. They act as a source of shelter, the reason behind wildlife, the largest source of oxygen, and many more. Let us tell you the story of a Tanzanian girl. A girl who’s all-time passion is founded in the preservation of tress and nature.
A TANZANIAN GIRL WHO LOVES TREES AND AIMS TO PRESERVE THE ENVIRONMENT
Her name is Dalila, a 20 years old and lives in Kilimanjaro Tanzania, studying Geography and Environment. She is amongst the few who strives to take care of the environment in the best possible way. Dalila has always been a lover of nature, trees, and the natural greenery of the environment from an early age. She “hated” to see people cutting down trees, and clearing the land for crops production.
In an interview with her, Dalila says:
“I did not like the habit of people cutting down trees carelessly but I was not able to stop them because I was just a child”
DELILAH AS AN ENVIRONMENTALIST
Dalila joined University to study Geography and Environment with the aim of spreading conservation education in her community. According to the findings, Dalila has a broad understanding of the environment and how to take care of it. She also has an impressive knowledge of different types of trees suitable for different geographical locations.
She further told us that tree plantation is a good habit and one must know the right way of planting trees. Inappropriate planting can make the environment completely uninhabitable and also harmful to other species within the environment.
To ensure sustainable environmental conservation, she has established environmental clubs in primary and secondary schools. In addition to this, she loves educating students on how to take good care of the environment, so they can learn the value of nature from an early age and become responsible towards nature in future.
Dalila is “proud of her country”, and hopes to further promote conservation. In order to save nature and promote sustainable development in Tanzania, we need more girls like Dalila.
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