South Africa
Too big for your jeans? Swop it !
Posted by Shea O'Connor Combined, South Africa on 22 August 2018
Post related to The water swap
Too big for your boots errr Jeans?
Too big for your boots errr Jeans?

At our school since we saw that making one jean need about 10500litres of water. We know decided to tell leaners to bring old clothes that they are no longer using to give to other children so that water can be saved by passing clothes to other people instead of throwing the clothes away. We also had a swap of books among the children where you find about 10 litres make one paper and a book might have 200+ that knowledge can be contagious and passed from one learner to another no matter how old the book may be and save trees and water.

Sandile Ngubane and Brendon Chataika

Local Partner African Conservation Trust

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