Scouts environmental educational project

2017-03-08 06:00
Some of the personnel and Scouts at the environmental educational camp at the Umvoti Aids Centre.

Some of the personnel and Scouts at the environmental educational camp at the Umvoti Aids Centre.

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LOOKING towards their future a large group of Scouts attended an important environmental education camp at Umvoti Aids Centre last month.
Primary focus during the camp was learning about climate change, water and electricity, sanitation, HIV and Aids, recycling, food gardening projects, planets and stars.

Umzinyathi District conveyed their gratitude to Scouts South Africa, which, in collaboration with National Lottery, for sponsored the week-long project.
A total of 120 pupils were present from the following district schools - Umzomusha Primary, Mandleni Primary, Ukukhanya Komsinga Special School, Mumbe Primary, Greytown Secondary, Indlovana Primary, Tholinhlanhla Primary, Buhlebuyeza High, Greytown Secondary and Sangweni Combined Primary.

Umvoti Aids Centre spokesperson said: “We were honoured to host this important project, and thank pupils, principals, teachers and parents for working hand in hand to make this project a success, as well as the National Scout Facilitators and the district commissioners for organising this memorable event.”

A total of 120 pupils were present from the following district schools - Umzomusha Primary, Mandleni Primary, Ukukhanya Komsinga Special School, Mumbe Primary, Greytown Secondary, Indlovana Primary, Tholinhlanhla Primary, Buhlebuyeza High, Greytown Secondary and Sangweni Combined Primary

Looking towards their future a large group of Scouts attended an important environmental education camp at Umvoti Aids Centre last month. Primary focus during the camp was learning about climate change, water and electricity, sanitation, HIV and Aids, recycling, food gardening projects, planets and stars.

Umzinyathi District conveyed their gratitude to Scouts South Africa, which in collaboration with National Lottery, for sponsoring the week long project.

120 pupils were present from the following District schools: Umzomusha Primary, Mandleni Primary, Ukukhanya Komsinga Special School, Mumbe Primary, Greytown Secondary, Indlovana Primary, Tholinhlanhla Primary, Buhlebuyeza High school, Greytown Secondary and Sangweni Combined Primary.

Umvoti Aids Centre spokesperson said “We were honored in hosting this important project, and thank learners, school principals, educators and parents for working hand in hand, to make this project a success, as well as The National Scout Facilitators and the District Commissioners for organizing this memorable event”.

Caption; Some of the personnel and Scouts who were present at the very successful environmental educational camp held at Umvoti Aids Centre

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