The amazing Mango tree!

Following the visit and handover of environmental educational materials by Anton Barske, Mayor of Gorinchem council Netherland, to some schools within  the Ecokids project, the boxes for the preservation of these materials was distributed  by some COMINSUD staff members to the various schools concerned in the presence of the Environmental club coordinators and

presidents.

They were all amazed by the content of the boxes, but what caught their attention was the wooden ”Mango tree” with its fruits on which the expectations, action plans and guide for a school garden or environment were inscribed.

Teachers of the Presbytarian Primary School Mankon checking the handbook and the educational material.

Teachers of the Presbytarian Primary School Mankon checking the handbook and the educational material.

Linda Ngobesing from COMINSUD is discussing the usage of the ecokids box with teachers from the Baptist High School Mankon

Linda Ngobesing from COMINSUD is discussing the usage of the ecokids box with teachers from the Baptist High School Mankon

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About COMINSUD

Community Initiative for Sustainable Development (COMINSUD) is an organisation dedicated to sustainable development in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. COMINSUDs main office is located in Ntarinkon but she works throughout the North West Region to improve the lives and livelihoods of Cameroonians. Focusing on projects and programs of democracy, women's empowerment and good governance, COMINSUD aims to work with rural communities towards a better and more sustainable future.