Project FOREST: Si Peewee, ang Masayahing Pawikan

“Si Peewee, ang Masayahing Pawikan” invites kids to explore the ridges and reefs, highlighting the strong connection between the lush forests and vibrant seas of Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park. This remarkable area serves as a haven for sea turtles and various marine creatures, playing a crucial role in maintaining ecological harmony. The story follows Peewee, an adventurous sea turtle, and his mother, Polly. Peewee’s adventures inadvertently lead him to a coastal community, where he meets Mira, a fisherfolk’s daughter. How will Mira and her family help Peewee reunite with his mother?

Developed in partnership with Ekomunikatib Multimedia Consultancy Services, our grantee, through USAID’s Sustainable Interventions for Biodiversity, Oceans and Landscapes (SIBOL) initiative, Project FOREST aims to cultivate a deep awareness of forest conservation among elementary school students in the PPSRNP through conservation storytelling.

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Forest Foundation Philippines is part of the USAID SIBOL Consortium.