Green Umbrella sees the potential of young people. They are key motivators to develop their community today and in the future. However, these young people do not have enough skills to work for their community, so GU provides leadership skills training, and hands-on activities to our youth.
Program Activities :
Green Umbrella collaborates with UWCSEA, International Schools and volunteers from around the world to provide workshops on TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). And GU works with JUMP! Foundation to organize workshops on Leadership Skills such as community building and community needs, defining the problem, designing solutions and project presentation.
Waste management Project
The objective of this project is to educate teachers, children and vendors about plastics alternative solutions to current waste management problems, and creating community infrastructure to supporting recycling. In addition, this project has benefit to 365 people, including 350 students, 10 teachers and 05 sellers.
The mobile library project aims to improve reading skill to 3rd grade students who are slow learner students and to create a reading habit among the people in the community in particular. This project is leading by a group of our youth Putsor Community.