English Summer Academy
Following the footsteps of the last edition once again IFSA is going to held ESA in a few months in which the team will be doing a series of classes, workshops and consultancy with young students who are creatives and active in their communities but this with a deferent theme which is environmental technology
The goal from this theme is to simply sensitize the youth about the importance of the nature and the environmental system of earth considering the current industries and how they hurt and pollute it in order to benefit from it that’s why we thought we should teach the upcoming generations how can we use it without harming it or changing its form in any way possible, We also would like to teach them how can we use technology to either help the environment recover from the abuse it suffered from for the last years or benefit and exploit it without any kind of disturbance.
So, we really need help to spread a message in which we hope by the end we might have leaders who will share this burden.
Who will benefit from the academy?
We aim to affect and inspire 40 who are around 15 to 18 years old Most of the youths who are participating in the academy are from low income family and live well below the poverty line with limited accessibility to participate in any training and workshop especially topics and themes related to the environment which are considered non beneficial. So, we are seeking a hand from whoever it might concern to provide much needed supplies for these kids to help them with their individual and collective creative projects.
-- Arduinos packs
-- Water tubes
-- Small solar panels
-- Electric water tap
-- Glue gun
-- HMA sticks
More information about Initiative For you Student Association “IFSA”:
IFSA is a nonprofit NGO founded on the 9th of September 2017 in Tiznit by 3 Young university research students but now its stuff exceeds 13 active members and it aims to improve the educational system using new and updated methods and technics and spread awareness community several community topics related to development.
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