Jul 03 2011
Mar 20 2011
Contributed by Sadia Shaukat
A competition of story writing was conducted on May, 2010 among B.Ed students under the supervision of Miss Sadia Shaukat (PELI, 2008) at Township Campus, University of Education, Lahore. 45 students participated in this competition and designed thought provoking stories on Environmental issues. These stories were implemented on school students during teaching practice. Environmental Awareness and Education was provided to school students through story booklets. At the end of teaching practice, very effective change was measured among school students about the protection of Environment.
Nov 05 2010
On November 15th, 2010, 25,000 marker flags will cover the Alumni Green at Plymouth State University in a powerful visual representation of the 20 million people who remain displaced in Pakistan as a result of the disastrous flooding last August. While the flood waters have abated, the long term impact to the millions still displaced is expected to worsen over the coming winter. These flags are being incorporated into a week long student initiative to heighten awareness of this humanitarian disaster and to raise funds in order to provide critical relief in support of the 160 alumni of the Pakistani Educational Leadership Project. The Project, funded by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, and hosted by Plymouth State University, has been building vibrant relationships between U.S. and Pakistani citizens since an inaugural program in 2004.
We ask you for your support in our efforts to raise global awareness and social consciousness while supporting our affected alumni. All proceeds will go to Plymouth State University’s Pakistan sub-award organization, Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA), a 503c not for profit organization, for disbursement to alumni relief and recovery efforts. ITA has been deeply involved with flood relief and rehabilitation through its dynamic Education in Emergencies initiatives. For more information on ITA’s programs, please visit: http://www.itacec.org/
To read more about the project and to donate please go to: https://www.events.unh.edu/RegistrationForm.pm?event_id=7824
For more information about the event and how to donate, please contact Bryan Funk at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your support!