This manual was designed to provide teachers and youth leaders with the basic information on the earth's freshwater: its types, areas where they are found, used and threats from both human and natural impacts. It provides a guide that is needed in planning activities and also gives ideas of materials that could be used to supplement these activities.
"The process of integration between coastal life and interior communities is becoming deeper with the younger generation drawn more and more into coastal habits, values and ways of doing things. This is true for both young people studying on the coast, and for those who remain in their communities.In addition to indigenous people moving to the coast, the
Post This Rapid Assessment of the existing system of regulation and control of rivers in Guyana focusses on the roles and responsibilities of relevant Government Agencies. This report will serve as the basis for PFG’s advocacy efforts for the relevant Agencies to collaborate on activities that strengthen river protection. Click here to Download PFG Rapid Assessment of Rivers
1st Place Poster By Traci Sewchand. Description: The poster depicts the earth as the girl who is sick. Under close inspection, it will be observed that her entirety is fractured to some extent (this could signal tectonic plates to one and may leave another in a lugubrious blanket upon realizing how broken earth is). Her skin is green