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World Elephant Day (12 August)

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Plan Details

World Elephant Day(August 12) aims to protect elephants and highlight the critical threats they face. Do you know elephants are used for political campaigns, promotion of goods in trade fairs, festivals, tourism in national parks, logging activities, circus performances and lately even for begging on highways.

Do you know, by spending long hours in concrete sheds, elephants usually get foot rot and constant exposure to sun affects their eyesight?

Elephants eat more than a hundred kinds of roots, shoots, grasses, and tubers. Restricted diets in captivity, leads to intestinal and lung-related infections. 

Trainers use bullhooks, ropes and electric prods on baby elephants. After hearing this, will you go to a circus? Do you about the brutal killings of elephants for ivory and skin? 

The drama – ‘Elephants: Growing threats to the endangered species’ will give eye opening insights into the protests made by the animal rights’ activists and bringing to light some of the alarming facts which shows ruthlessness and insensitivity of humans.

The purpose of this assembly is to make the students learn about the beauty of elephants and shocking incidents, related to elephant mistreatment, cruelty, captivity, abuse and killings. The students would understand the best ways to reduce and eventually stop elephant abuse and killings.

This plan can be used by schools of any country. The schools can conduct it for a grade /few grades/ all the grades from Class 1 to 10.

The plan has a main manual illustrating the flow of the event along with the description of the scripts/ performances/ activities in detail and also includes all the necessary resources for the assembly. Activities involving videos, PPTs are not taken for this assembly as a projector facility may not be available in many school grounds.

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  • All national and international cards accepted.