"Green Book" eco-education using information and communications technology (ICT) tools
The Green Book project aims to create environmental modules for schoolchildren and integrate them with Information and communications technology (ICT) tools, which are an integral part of education nowadays, including teaching and learning. A created task force consisting of respective experts and teachers will design modules, covering from earth science basics to climate change mitigation and adaptation solutions and technologies. Web-based ICT multimedia tools will be used to communicate and connect environmental modules to teachers, schoolchildren, and other stakeholders and make it accessible even in an isolated village. By completing the course and implementation of any scale environmental project “Green Hero” certificates will be granted to participants.
Women in Climate and Energy NGO
Area Of Work:
OP7 –Y2 (Jul 21-Jun 22)
Currently under execution
Project Characteristics and Results
By creating multi-stakeholder partnerships, including already formed partnerships with the Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture, and Sports, the project adopts a bottom-up and top-down approach to improve the knowledge, skills, and attitude of all beneficiaries leading to better environmental behavior and progress. In addition, introducing and piloting ICT tools and using education platforms can supplement the educational chain for better communication, dissemination, storage, and information management.
Planning non gef grant
The idea of developing the Green Book project emerged during the preparation of educational modules for schoolchildren within the framework of the "Green Skills for Youth" project, which was successfully implemented by the "Women in Climate and Energy" NGO and funded by the UNDP-GEF Small Grants Program. It is proposed to scale up the project by combining it with successfully implemented "Green Skills for Youth" project concept and applying for financing to different donors in partnership with the Government and in coalition with the respective CSOs.
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Number and type of support linkages established with national government institutions 1
Number of individuals (gender diaggregated) who have benefited* from SGP project 3000
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