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Center for Development Education - sustainable development with children, youth and communities
Center for Development Education - sustainable development with children, youth and communities
Center for Development Education - sustainable development with children, youth and communities
Center for Development Education - sustainable development with children, youth and communities
Center for Development Education - sustainable development with children, youth and communities
Center for Development Education - sustainable development with children, youth and communities
Center for Development Education - sustainable development with children, youth and communities
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Center for Development Education - sustainable development with children, youth and communities

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Presentation given by Center for Development Education (www.cdeindia.in) at CSR Pune and Net Impact networking event (2011) to enable CSR leaders and professionals to learn, network and contribute to …

Presentation given by Center for Development Education (www.cdeindia.in) at CSR Pune and Net Impact networking event (2011) to enable CSR leaders and professionals to learn, network and contribute to social organization.

Centre for Development Education – CDE works with schools, colleges and the community on projects related to Climate Change, Sustainable Development, Child Rights and other global and local issues. CDE based in Pune, India deals with development education in both formal and non-formal set up and the community. We undertake projects from NGOs (Indian and International) and corporates - that deal with global issues in the classroom - educating children, empowering teachers and mobilising the community.

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  • 1. Centre for Development Education Global Citizens Sustainable Development Values & Perceptions Interdependence
  • 2. 24 years in the field of sustainable development <ul><li>Partners in </li></ul><ul><li>UK : </li></ul><ul><li>Interclimate Networks Ltd </li></ul><ul><li>Eden Project </li></ul><ul><li>Real Ideas Organisation </li></ul><ul><li>Cornwall Association of Development Education </li></ul>Presence in the ‘Who’s Who of Climate Change in India ’ released in Poznan, Poland 2008 by Centre for Social Markets, Kolkata A team of Education Experts from various organizations The only organization in India working with global issues like climate change, child rights, citizenship training, energy issues, waste management, food & water issues and sustainable development with children, youth and communities Partnerships with over 300 colleges, schools , institutions ; 10,000 teachers and over 1 million student community in India <ul><li>Partners in Kenya : </li></ul><ul><li>ERMIS Africa </li></ul><ul><li>KYCEP </li></ul><ul><li>- Egerton Univ </li></ul>CDE at a Glance – Who are we
  • 3. What we do… <ul><li>Consultancy - Not a charity – Hence we accept CSR projects and fees for the same </li></ul><ul><li>Execute projects in India, Kenya and UK and design and manage projects based on interest and need of the client </li></ul><ul><li>International, action-based, participatory bottoms-up approach </li></ul><ul><li>Customized projects or ready projects on climate change, waste management, water & food issues which the clients can create or take up </li></ul><ul><li>Partnerships with British Council and such other international organizations that fund exchanges </li></ul>
  • 4. International Climate Challenge (ICC) Project 2008-2011 Is focused on youth carrying out ACTION projects in climate change, reporting, narrating and sharing their experiences with youth in Kenya and UK to understand various perspectives and find local relevant solutions to climate change. ICC Partners Target Audience Youth aged from 14 – 20 years (30,000 approx) from 30 schools & colleges in the city of Mumbai & Pune, India. Understanding Perspectives Identifying local problem Framing a solution Carrying out the ACTION Sharing with counterparts in UK & Kenya Project Steps
  • 5. Project Stories - ICC Gaurav Nakhare – ICC Project Student 2010
  • 6. Gardens for Life (GFL) Project 2004-2008 The GFL projects is focused on growing food in schools, relating to curriculum and local food issues, exchanging (teacher, letters, photos, info etc) with global counterparts and understanding global food issues. GFL Partners Target Audience Primary & Secondary school children (40,000 approx) from 20 schools in Pune & Mumbai Growing Food in Schools Relating to Curriculum & local food issues Exchanging information with counterparts in UK & Kenya Understanding Global Food Issues Project Steps
  • 7. Corporate partnerships <ul><li>Corporate commissions CDE to execute education projects at both national and International level </li></ul><ul><li>CDE designs, develops and executes these DE projects in schools & colleges </li></ul><ul><li>CDE partnership provides International presence </li></ul><ul><li>Corporate companies have opportunity to partner with CDE and showcase their support towards development projects </li></ul>
  • 8. Thank you

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