Our environmental kindness club programme runs in 14 schools in the Lamu Archipelago, teaching over 260 students about the importance of conserving our environment and introducing them to conservation through fun and interactive ways. Some of the course materials we use for our educational programme are from the Tusk Trust Pan African Conservation Education (PACE) programme. They use videos of successful community set up solutions along side activity packs to provide more information. So we were honoured to be asked to make a film for the PACE programme about one of our waste management initiatives in Lamu; the Shela Environmental Residence Group (SERG).
You can watch the film below and to find out a little more about our work through this article on the Tusk Website.
The film was made by Africa Underwater