Journalists of the Rainforest Project

 

Reporters Forest Project aims to take the perspective of the young forest to the world, by means of educational communication practices.

Created 2014, the action is a partnership with Samsung supported by Amazon / BNDES Fund, that provides radio workshops, video and text production for students of Conservation and Sustainability Centers (CSC) FAS.

The entire production of the conveyed material in fanpages of social networks and the radio of the cores is carried out by the students themselves, in thanks to a partnership with Amazon Sat Channel, He spent airing on broadcast television in Brazil, and the Internet.

workshops were held in the RDS Rio Negro, Reserve, Mamirauá and Uatumã, beyond the Rio Negro APA, involving 115 students. I was also held meeting Reporters Forest, which brought together important names of Amazonas journalism in a day of interaction in the Environmental Protection Area (APA) Rio Negro.

Along with Amazon Sat Channel, They were launched during the year Talkshow with students of the NCS Assy Manana, APA in the Rio Negro and the Tá Program at Home, with students from NCS Agnello Bittencourt Uchoa. The project also launched the printed newspaper Reporters Forest, with stories of students participating in the Knowledge Exchange, in August

The FAS held June 2018 the First Meeting of Reporters Forest, which brought together recognized journalists in the Amazon for an exchange of experiences with project participants young

News Reporters Forest:

"Minister voluntary free English classes in Rio Negro", by Reporters Forest

Horta as our school in Puna has no equal, by Lohana Carvalho

The day that Miss Brazil was activist with us in Rio Negro

AM bordering the young gather in Manaus to discuss the role of youth in the Amazon

Reporters Forest Project students receive visit from Miss Brazil Mayra Dias

Forest Reporter launches photo exhibition "Amazon Hands"

First season of the talk show Reporters forest closes over 3 thousand views

Reporters Forest interview project participants Young Entrepreneurs

Indian Day theme is the third program of the Reporters Forest

Members of the Young Entrepreneurs Project will launch new collection of regional shirts

Second edition of the Reporters forest program highlights literature

Reporters Forest launch talk show recorded in riverside community in the Amazon

Reporters Forest accompany visit of BNDES to the Amazon

UNICEF representative is honored by reporters of forest Tumbira

INPA conducts master classes in protected areas (UC) community Tumbira

Exchange of Knowledge 2016 promotes youth gathering six Conservation Units

Estudantes ribeirinhos participam do 5º Intercâmbio de Saberes, in Manaus

Journalists of the Rainforest Project: Pró-espécies incentiva jovens a identificar fauna e flora ameaçadas no Rio Negro

Journalists of the Rainforest Project: Virada Sustentável movimenta Manaus, por Odenilze Ramos

Journalists of the Rainforest Project: "Recicle! Ainda dá tempo de ser feliz!", de Neucilane Moraes e Andrey Santos

 

 

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