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Posted by St Clare College San Ġwann Primary, Malta on 11 June 2018

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Stray Animals Support Group in collaboration with San Ġwann Local Council organised a fundraising activity in the village centre.  Our Water Explorer Team wanted to be part of this activity not just to support this initiative but also to showcase our work and to encourage the community to save water and to get them on board our mission. 

During this acitivity, held on Sunday 10th June between 16:00 and 20:00, a group of students, teachers and parents gathered near  San Ġwann Parish Church and organised a stand allocated to them.  During these four hours, the public was given information about the Water Explorer Project and tips on how to save water.  We presented our Lego masterpiece, made and distributed tote-bags.   Some of these tote-bags were also used at the end of the event, to collect empty water bottles and cups from the area and threw them in the Plastic Recyling bin.  We told people about the use of the water areators and gave a couple of them to the Local Council Members and the Parish Priest.  We also made people aware of the Shower Time Water mobile Application.



Local Partner Nature Trust - FEE Malta

Nature Trust - FEE Malta was founded in 1962 with the aim to create awareness on environmental issues and conserve our natural heritage both for the present and future generations.

Today the Non Government Organisation is active in four main areas being :

  • Education for Sustainable Development both in schools and communities mainly through Eco-Schools (locally known as EkoSkola), LEAF (Learning about Forests), YRE (Young Reporters for the Environment), Blue Flag and Green Key.
  • Management and conservation of ecologicallyimportant sites
  • Wildlife  Rescue and rehabilitation
  • Awareness raising on the various environmental issues both in the Maltese islands and Internationally

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