Be’ati Watani kiosks visit UAE schools to help boost environmental knowledge



Posted on 02 April 2013
UAE: April 1, 2013: This spring, youngsters between the ages of 6 and 14 are being urged by Emirates Wildlife Society in association with WWF (EWS-WWF) to take the Be’ati Watani quiz for their chance to show how much they know about the environment.

Creators of the online environmental education website, EWS-WWF are asking students to demonstrate their environmental knowledge by answering 15 questions for their chance to win prizes. Every participant will receive a gift and top scorers will be entered into a draw to win special prizes. There is also a prize for the best school with the highest percentage of participation and performance.

In an attempt to take the programme to the students, and help boost the number of students taking the quiz, kiosks equipped with the online environmental education programme have been visiting schools across the country since the start of February and have so far received a warm reception. These colourful kiosks have been attracting students to attempt to take the quiz during break time at school.

Students can take the Be’ati Watani quiz by visiting www.beatiwatani.com before April 30, 2013 for their chance of winning some great prizes!
Be’ati Watani is an online environmental education programme helping youngsters improve their knowledge and become motivated to protect the natural environment of the UAE and beyond.

Visit www.beatiwatani.com for more information and to take the quiz

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