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BISP’s Environmental Systems and Societies (ESS) students recently had a fantastic opportunity to visit the Gibbon Rehabilitation Project as part of their studies in the IB Program. This visit was a crucial part of their coursework and provided valuable insights into the challenges faced by gibbons in Thailand, as well as the vital role played by the Gibbon conservation center in rehabilitating them and educating the local community to ensure that their habitats are protected.

During their time at the centre, students learned about the behaviour of gibbons and how the dedicated staff helps them readapt to life in the wild. They discovered the threats gibbons face and witnessed firsthand the centre’s efforts to protect and restore their natural habitat.

This trip was a significant learning experience for BISP students, giving them a deeper understanding of the delicate balance between human activities and the preservation of wildlife. By actively engaging with the Gibbon Rehabilitation Project‘s work, our students not only expanded their knowledge of the environment but also developed a sense of responsibility towards protecting biodiversity for future generations.

Experiences like this help our ESS students see the connections between society and the natural world more clearly. It equips them with the knowledge and ignites the passion needed to become positive agents of change in our global community.