Congratulations to Julito Velasco and Iron Patrick Primor for their successful presentation during the YouthCan last April 29, 2013. Their topic was entitled Pasig River: Dead or Alive, An Update to the World Youth. It was indeed another exciting evening for all of us.
"Youth is the Future of our Nation!" So it was the youth here in the Philippines who conducted an International YouthcCan Presentation entitled "PASIG RIVER: DEAD or ALIVE--An update to the world youth" ...
In the presentation we discussed the history of the Pasig River, its downs and the future rise of the river...
We hope in the near future the Pasig River will become a new and cleaner waterway ...
Another SEED activity was done today. The YouthCan 2013. The presentation was about Pasig River, one of the popular rivers here in the Philippines. We had fun in this activity. Aside from having fun we also learned about our dearest Pasig River.
Hoping to have more activities here in SEED even though we already graduated in High School
It was hot ... and humid, which made it entirely unsuitable for any activity especially under the baking sun.
But surely the scorching heat didn't stop a group of Si-SEED-Lan Members (SEED Philippines) from taking on the task of researching some key information about the Pasig River. This long body of water (roughly 25 kilometers) stretches across Metropolitan Manila and has been an integral part of the culture and history of the cities it encompasses.
Good Morning SEED world.
Another workshop was held at Quirino High School last Saturday (March 9, 2013). As one of the graduating students this year, that workshop was my last workshop as a Qurino High School student. Because of that, I did everything just to enjoy that workshop.
The Smart Wired acitivty was the first one we performed. It taught us many things, mostly about our successes in life. In that activity, I've learned and realized a lot that can help me in another stage of life I will encounter in the future.
All this while, SEED only has one connected school in the Philippines (PHP). Discussion to add more SEED schools has been initiated since late last year between me and SEED PHP Coordinator, Madam Gloria Bato. We decided to look for public high school near to our SLB office at Muntinlupa City (about 1.5 hours away from capital city).
SEED BMP organized the first school workshop of 2013 in one of the most active SEED school - Quirino High School (QHS) on Saturday, 9 March.
I am always happy to be back to QHS due to strong interest and continues passion by the students, teachers and ex-students. We did SMART Wired and Solar Water Heater in this workshop.
Furthermore, I am glad to be able to connect with Tom Lough and Corinne over Skype and live broadcast the workshop and share with them on workshop session.
Check out the pictures below: