Written by on February 19, 2018

The St Andrew’s Development Organisation (SADO) with funding from the Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme has implemented the Grenada Harvest 2030 project.

Harvest 2030 is an initiative which promotes a direct intervention into the education system in Grenada, targeting groups thought to be currently at high risk of minimal exposure to basic practical application of Rainwater Harvesting.

One component of the project will be an overseas exchange for the students in which four students from Grenada will travel to Barbados from February 24 through 27.  They are Kisha Scott & Donola Noel from St Andrew’s Anglican Secondary School, Darcel Courtney and Reanna Mason from St. Joseph’s Convent in Grenville, and teacher Decima Joseph also from St Joseph’s Convent in Grenville.

During the visit the students will present their experiences with the project to officials at UN House Barbados, selected schools, attend television and radio interviews as well as make site visits to existing Rainwater Harvesting sites.

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