Hape Development and welfare Association is part of many National and International climate change forms. Many research conducted in coastal areas of southern Sindh and represented in National and international forms. maximize the impact of HDWA resources and prevent organizational-overstretch. According to HDWA programmed objectives, the development of relations with partners of sufficient capacity and expertise sharing belief and values, and the historical links of HDWA with local Area.
HDWA seeks to engage Volunteers in development by providing support for development awareness, education and influence leadership. HDWA facilitates the development of relationships between Community. HDWA cultivates this supporter environment by engaging them in creative ways. One of the ways that HDWA does this is with new-media engaging them through our interactive active website, as well as other web media such as Facebook and Twitter linking them to events, campaigning activities and educational
information on the pressing issues surrounding the poor and vulnerable.
Climate Change education in Schools
Another innovative way that HDWA engages its supporters is through a Community based 06 English Medium Schools that we have developed called Just People.
Over 3000 students and teachers from our 06 Schools educationg about climate change. We are include subject of Climate Change in Our schools Syllabus, included general introduction on climate change and its impacts on various sector in our country. The interactive program also portrayed the need of individual effort and commitment to curb the environmental damages incurred through our unsustainable means of living. The programme aims to help people understand the impact of global warming today and increase “climate literacy” among Students and Their Parents. encouraging innovative teaching approaches to integrate climate change education in schools and by raising awareness about climate change as well as enhancing non-formal education programmes through media, networking and partnerships.
Another way we are working with government departments We are hand to advocacy in changing Government Policies. We constitute committees at District level this Plate Form is help in Advocacy and Raised Awareness about Climate Change. Through government Partnership Raise awareness around climate change and the links between climate change and the conservation of natural habitat and Advise on and support Southern Asian solutions for mitigation and adaptation to climate change with a biodiversity conservation outcome
Teachers involved students in Lab activities, where teachers show children how global warming works on an accessible scale.
Prepare for the future
Teaching kids about climate change is not solely to spur them on to take action, and do their part for their environment, although that is, of course, one aspect of it.
It’s also to prepare them for the future, as young people will be growing up in an era where they will likely be responsible for developing climate change solutions.
“The trouble is that today’s students will be tasked with managing tomorrow’s climate change impact – and jobs requiring science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills already are on the rise,”
Teachers Trainings on Climate change
The mission at Hape is to train at least one Lead Teacher for Climate Change Education for every government school so that all children can transform knowledge into positive action.
Hape smashed an original pilot target of 30 schools and 15000 students Hape Conducted 5 training within just two months of launching the program.
Tree Plantation Drive
Considering the manifold benefits of trees, including that they release oxygen into the air, absorb unpleasant odours as well as harmful gases such as carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and sulfur dioxide from the air and purify it, protect us from dangerous ultra-violet rays, provide us with food and the pivotal role played by trees in preventing soil erosion, maintaining ecological balance and most especially in lessening the effects of global warming, the Hape team conducts tree plantation drives twice a year. Over the last one and a half years, HAPE has planted more than 20,000 plants in District Badin.
Tree plantation is not just something that should be done; instead, it is a necessity, the urgent need of the hour. Planting of trees is especially important to protect our environment against air pollution and global warming. To this end, our young volunteers have been actively involved in organizing tree plantation campaigns.