De Beers Impact Report - December 2020

Project Highlights

Over 100 visits to schools to meet with Eco-committees and advise on project implementation, lesson plans and projects completed.

Conducting Permaculture food garden workshops at schools and their communities.

Vegetable seedlings: 200 spinach, 200 beetroot, 100 onions,100 cabbage per 4 schools = Total 2800.

Installing 2 vegetable tunnels at 2 schools to prevent damage from wildlife.

Vegetable garden as a teaching tool.

4 Rainwater harvesting tanks and gutters to increase water supply to food gardens.

Maths and science integration into the Eco-Schools Programme.

Schools winning environmental competitions

Fencing materials for food gardens to protect against domestic animal damage and theft for 4 schools.

Irrigation infrastructure and gardening tools. Supplied learning materials to 20 schools.

Field excursions to places like Lapalala wilderness and Mapungubwe National Park.

10 Hygiene systems, sanitizer stand and 30 posters given to the schools to help them cope with the effects of COVID-19 replication from Madikwa Primary School.

We successfully linked all of the projects to the CAPS curriculum.


De Beers Blouberg 2020

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