Global warming - climate change

Siyanakekela Group organised a presentation at school about global warming and climate change. Scouts and Cubs from 1st Revival, participated in a clean - up campaign and with the help of grade 4 pupils the Group established a vegetable garden at Mlilo Primary school. Cubs helped by watering the garden and removing weeds. The vegetables grown are donated to the school to help with the ongoing feeding scheme program for needy and hungry learners. On the 5th June, World Environment Day, the Rovers, Scouts and Cubs gathered at Mlilo Primary School and planted flowers, orange and shade trees. Using old car wheels they fenced and secured the garden. Also used as a dirt bin was an old drum with wooden poles to try and stop people from littering. The dirt bins were also installed in the community‟s taxi rank as means to educate taxi drivers and passengers to stop littering.
The group finished the project with artwork by painting the wheels and dirt bins with the words “REDUCE, RE-CYCLE, RE-USE”. After a long day a meal with cold drinks was served and it was enjoyed by all.

Portrait de Nosisa
from South Africa, il y a 2 années

Project Period

Started On
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Ended On
Saturday, June 30, 2012

Nombre de participants

25

Heures de service

100
Geolocation

Topics

Youth Engagement
Youth Programme

SDG

Are you sure you want to delete this?
Welcome to Scout.org! We use cookies on this website to enhance your experience.To learn more about our Cookies Policy go here!
By continuing to use our website, you are giving us your consent to use cookies.