‘Ride the Van’ is a yearlong collaborative project between Swechha and National Geographic. The project seeks to build environmental stewardship through comprehensive engagement with young students across 22 private schools in Delhi/NCR. In 2019, Swechha engaged with 10 of its partner schools at multiple levels via workshops, eco trips and action projects on environmental themes such as Water Pollution, Waste Management and Sustainable Development.
Each of these modules follow our ‘Knowledge – Experience – Action’ approach and have a 5 stage engagement process. These modules involve various interactive learning techniques that engage students on issues of environment and citizenship, transacted using multiple learning tools including Audio-visuals, games, exposures, reflective sessions, self and institutional audits, individual / team exercises. Each of the three modules consist of 4 – 5 classroom sessions and workshops, 1 exposure trip and a school campaign/action project that is conducted with the entire school collectively.
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School outreach workshops, experiential walks, action projects
School students, Educators
OUTREACH AND IMPACT
Since the programs inception, Swechha has worked with over 3,000 students
100 workshops on themes of Water, Waste Management and Sustainable Development facilitated
Curriculum transaction across 10 schools so far
10 theme based walks on issues of water, waste management and sustainable development
10 action based projects undertake