At Ensessa Kotteh, Born Free’s Wildlife Rescue, Conservation and Education Centre, our education programme offers both
out-reach activities to local schools as well as centre-based learning for schools, nature clubs and community members. 

Nature Clubs:

Working with local schools the programme combines theoretical learning with practical activities, covering topics that include habitats, biodiversity, food webs and animal welfare. Supporting the National Curriculum and developing a board understanding of the natural world, its importance and the need for its protection.

Centre-based learning:

Small groups of students or members of the local community are able to visit our education centre to learn about our work and Ethiopia’s unique and important natural heritage. 

Visiting: 

Ensessa Kotteh is a working wildlife rescue centre. However, we welcome limited numbers of visitors who would like to learn about our work.

School groups: 

•    Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings (closed during the rainy season)
•    These visits must be booked in advance.

General visitors:

•    Sundays only (closed during the rainy season)
•    Education centre visits are open to anyone wishing to learn about our work
•    Rescue centre visits are extremely limited and we strongly recommend booking in advance to avoid disappointment.

Please call +251 (0)11835 3563 or email bffeinfo@gmail.com for booking and further information. Office open Mon - Fri excluding public holidays.

 

ENSESSA KOTTEH VISITOR INFORMATION

Team: Lemessa Goshu, Education Programmes Leader; Million Genta, Education Office

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