|Town/Region||Las Mangas, Atlantida|
|Continent||Central and Latin America|
|Categories||Communities, Education, People|
|Date||23 Jan 2009|
The students will develop and promote work toward social change in their local communities. Art, video and design will be used as tools to set up an environmental footprint. Throughout the program we will produce printed materials (calendars, videos, agendas, note cards etc) to be distributed abroad and in Honduras.
The creation of audiovisual educational material created by the children and disseminate throughout the schools and business will create a long-reaching effective environmental media program. The training program for the older students will provide opportunities for them to utilize learned skills and work in this growing media field. Our unceasing commitment to raising awareness of the importance of preserving, and the responsible use of the natural resources in Cangrejal Watershed, coupled with educating and training the upcoming generation is an enduring contribution.
You can read about Jimmy's previous RSG project at http://www.ruffordsmallgrants.org/rsg/projects/jimmy_andino or for more information contact: