Wumen Bagung Communication for Development and Social Change Bulletin December, Issue 2, pp. 25-28.
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There is an increasing global recognition of the need for educational programmes on fauna and flora diversity, especially the need to balance the survival needs of communities with the ecological realities. For a lot of young people, such educational programmes should not just impart facts linked to learners’ curriculum but also take note of the spiritual aspect of social change particularly linked to well-being. This is what a local Durban-based initiative is all about: Art as Resource for Reconciliation over the World – South Africa (ARROWSA). This initiative is leading the implementation of interactive and fun educational programmes linked to the Palmiet Nature Reserve (PNR) and Bergtheil Museum in Westville, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal South Africa.