Joint tree planting exercise takes place in Bolifamba High School

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Post_Treeplanting exerciseOn Wednesday April 30 2014, EGI collaborated with the Ministry of Environment, Nature Protection and Sustainable Development (MINEPDED) and students of GHS Bolifamba to plant trees in their school.

The trees were donated by MINEPDED through the Chief of Service for Information, Sensitization and Documentation, who took time to teach the children the proper process of tree planting. EGI’s Education for Sustainable Development Officer of EGI on her part, had a talk with the students to know their level of understanding of the tree planting exercise.

The tree planting exercise is the result of a partnership which has been steered by EGI’s Education for Sustainable Development program and which regularly brought teachers and the Ministry officials together to exchange knowledge and skills during capacity building workshops in Buea.

The meetings have been supported in part by Environmental Education and Conservation Global (EECG) through the John Judy Grant, which was given to EGI to train coordinators of environmental clubs and to print and distribute manuals to guide their activities.

On Wednesday April 30 2014, EGI collaborated with the Ministry of Environment, Nature Protection and Sustainable Development (MINEPDED) and students of GHS Bolifamba to plant trees in their school.

The trees were donated by MINEPDED through the Chief of Service for Information, Sensitization and Documentation, who took time to teach the children the proper process of tree planting. EGI’s Education for Sustainable Development Officer of EGI on her part, had a talk with the students to know their level of understanding of the tree planting exercise.

The tree planting exercise is the result of a partnership which has been steered by EGI’s Education for Sustainable Development program and which regularly brought teachers and the Ministry officials together to exchange knowledge and skills during capacity building workshops in Buea.

The meetings have been supported in part by Environmental Education and Conservation Global (EECG) through the John Judy Grant, which was given to EGI to train coordinators of environmental clubs and to print and distribute manuals to guide their activities.

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