A solar cooker uses natural heat from the sun to cook food. It is a simple, safe, and convenient way to cook without consuming fuel. This means that it is friendly to our environment. SEED students have been building their own solar cookers and testing them in workshops for years. The project teaches them about harnessing the power of the sun to make a delicious meal - typically hot dogs. It's also a lot of fun!
Hello Seed Community!
I would like to thank all volunteers from Bolivia who participated in the school visit on April 11, 2012. We had been notified that both morning and afternoon shifts had changed their principals, and the volunteers coordinated a visit to welcome the new board.
Morning shift volunteer group
Diego Niño de Guzman
Carmen R. Garcia
As you can read from my profile, I am a SEED volunteer from Chengdu, China. My background is English translation and interpretation. I've been performing on the translation stage since 2005.
Should you need any Chinese (language) help and assistance, do not hesitate to contact me.
We share the same one dream all over the world. We build the same one Earth with all what we can contribute.
Join me to help those who need help wherever they are from and to.
I love to be part of the SEED volunteer team..and I always try my best to be a very good one
I know it is only mid-December, but I wanted you to know the exciting news about our volunteers: as of last month, we set a record in 2009 for the highest number of new volunteers that have registered with SEED. Not only that, but we have exceeded all previous years by a landslide. As of December 1st, 545 new volunteers have registered. This is compared with 389 during the same period in 2008 (40% increase) and 469 in 2007 (16% increase). In fact, our biggest year so far was 2007 with 492 new volunteers total. We have already exceeded 2007’s numbers and the year is not even over yet. I attribute this increase in registration to several factors, including more publicity and a wider variety of volunteering opportunities. In addition, we have utilized our volunteers in a greater way than before. Whereas our workshop and school connection numbers decreased due to the economy, our volunteer participation increased due to creative and flexible activities. For instance, more than 60 volunteers participated in the SEEDKIT video project alone!