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  • TOOK THE TASK IN OUR OWN HANDS AND DECIDED TO SET AN EXAMPLE FOR THE WORLD. OUR CHILDREN, ALONG WITH TEACHERS, WENT TO THE JUHU BEACH, THE
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    • 1. RIVERSIDE PRESENTS - Presentation by – SVKM International School, Mumbai .
    • 2. THE DESIGN PROCESS
    • 3. OUR MOTTO BE A PART OF THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE IN THE WORLD .
    • 4. . SVKM’S DESIGN PROGRAMME IN A NUTSHELL OUR ACTION PLAN CONTENTS HOW DID WE IMPLEMENT? WHAT WE IMAGINED ? WHAT WE FELT ? OUR MESSAGE
    • 5. OUR MISSION
      • At SVKM it is our unwavering endeavor to teach our
      • children the importance of upkeep of our surrounding .
      • One way of doing it is by developing a feeling for
      • Nature .
      • The opportunity to participate in the design for
      • change contest is very overwhelming .
    • 6. Our Plan of Action
      • Our children were particularly concerned about the unclean beaches in Mumbai due to waste thrown( paper, plastic) especially after the occasion of Gauri and Ganapati Immersion .
      • ACTIVITY 2 : Vermicompost (Wealth from waste)
      • They also wanted to create awareness on how kitchen waste can be recycled and decided to begin from the school canteen area which was their main concern .
      ACTIVITY 1: Beach cleaning drive .
    • 7. 1 . What we felt ?
      • We felt that there is little awareness in our
      • People to maintain cleanliness on of the beaches of
      • Mumbai like the Juhu Beach .
      • After the process of immersion of Ganapati and
      • Gauri Visarjan these beaches become unbearably
      • Unclean so it we felt that it was our prime
      • Concern to make these beaches clean .
    • 8. 2.What did we imagine ?
      • We imagined that our beach should be neat ,clean and
      • beautiful as a beach should be .
      • Hence keeping this aspect in mind we ourselves took
      • the initiative to keep our beaches clean.
    • 9. 3. How did we implement ?
      • We took the task in our own hands and decided to
      • set an example for the people at large .
      • Our children, along with the teachers went to the Juhu beach, the next day after Gauri immersion to clean the beach themselves .
      • They were equipped with gloves and aprons and
      • even carried garbage bags to collect the waste.
      • THE ENTIRE EVENT WAS COVERED BY CNBC TV18.
    • 10. BEACH CLEANING DRIVE 17th September 2010 Arrived on Juhu Beach & getting ready for the act
    • 11. BEACH CLEANING DRIVE 17th September 2010 Organizing ourselves
    • 12. BEACH CLEANING – 17 TH September 2010 Adhering to the instructions given.
    • 13. BEACH CLEANING – 17 TH September 2010 Our enthusiastic students with the teacher
    • 14. BEACH CLEANING DRIVE 17th September 2010 Our students do it with a smile!
    • 15. BEACH CLEANING – 17 TH September 2010 Collecting the trash in the garbage bag
    • 16. Children in the background can be seen picking the trash Together we can bring a change in our environment .
    • 17. BEACH CLEANING – 17 TH September 2010 CNBC TV 18 covers our event
    • 18. Successful completion of our task . Beach looks much cleaner after SVKM students did a fantastic job!
    • 19. ACTIVITY 2: Vermicompost We felt that:
      • A lot of kitchen waste can be Recycled and Reused if there is awareness on how to do it .
      • More productive and easy ways of recycling waste
      • must be implemented so that people at home or
      • living in societies can help each other and
      • recycle waste on regular basis .
    • 20.
      • :
        • Kitchen is an avenue of mass waste .
        • It can be segregated into dry and wet waste
        • The waste from the kitchen like the
        • Vegetable and fruit peelings can be
        • collected which is then used as a raw
        • material for initiating the process of
        • VERMICOMPOST .
      WHAT WE IMAGINED ?
    • 21.
      • WE:
      How did we implement ?
      • We
      • Educated the employees of the school canteen on
      • Importance of segregating the waste.
      • We showed them the ways of collecting waste in
      • separate containers .
      • Identified an area in the school campus where a pit
      • could be dug to throw the waste and cover it with
      • layers of soil .
      • Took the help of the school gardener to dig the pit .
    • 22.
      • Further in this process layers of the kitchen waste
      • was put along with the layers of soil and
      • surrounded with dry leaves.
      • The introduction of the earthworms enhanced
      • the process of decomposition which converts the
      • organic matter into inorganic matter and this is
      • the natural manure .
      • This process is called as Vermicompost .