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WWF Education implementing GAP

Foto: Germund Sellgren

WWF is implementing Global Action Programme GAP in some regions in Africa and Asia. We are developing ESD Model Schools, strengthening the capacity among youth groups and supporting sustainable communities.

 

Foto: Germund Sellgren

Education for Sustainable Development

A short presentation of Global action Programme.

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Policy

Our focus on formal education and youth has been the fundament when we have turned our results to policy issues.

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Whole Institution Approaches

We use a structure with 6 developing areas when we are implementing ESD in Schools.

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Educators and trainers

Teachers are key persons when we are transforming schools to ESD Schools.

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Youth

Many countries have a very young population. Soon they will design our common future.

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Community-based ESD programmes

Sustainable communities is our concept to develop a community in a holistic way.

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The next film is about how communities are working with sustainable development. You will see energy saving stoves, crafts, beekeeping and kitchen garden.

 

 

The third film is an interview with Zipporah Musyoki - the regional coordinator for Lake Victoria Catchment Environmental Education Program LVCEEP.

 

 

 

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Three videos

Photo: Germund Sellgren, WWF

A series of documentaries have been produced to showcase best practices and lessons learnt from the ESD  and Energy Programme in East Africa.

Education for Sustainable Development ESD 20 minutes

ESD 3 minutes

Clean Energy Programme 3 minutes

An  ESD report

This report is an outcome of an evaluation of the ESD Programme in East Africa with a focus on empowering catchment communities, schools and regional partners with knowledge, motivation and abilities for sustainable use and management of natural resource.

ESD report

WWF website

Are you interested in how WWF is working with education and energy in East Africa and nature conservation in Africa Rift Lakes, look at this website:

WWF website

Achievments in Africa & Asia

Medicinal plants, health problems and greening

The use of medicinal plants in this book is a collection of compiled information and knowledge from different people , herbalists and healers from Kasswa Zinda ESD village and other areas in the Lake Victoria catchment area in Kenya.

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Report: Achievments and Challenges in Asumbi T.T. College

Asumbi Teachers’ College in Kenya has in the last one year recorded significant achievements in the field of Education for Sustainable Development which are worthy highlighting.

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Reports

LVCEEP - A Profile

 This is a report that gives a background to the project Lake Victoria Catchment Environmental Program. Contents: background, three phases and outcomes.

Report from Madagascar

Since 1992, WWF works with schools in
mobilizing young people to act positively towards the environment through the Vintsy environment clubs. Over the past two years, the actions of environment clubs are no longer confined to their schools but also
involve young people who are not attending schools and the whole community. Read the report