Sega Anti-Ivory Club Outreach Program – May 2014

May 2, 20140 Comments

026-Sega Club group-640x320SEGA  GIRLS’  SCHOOL  ANTI  IVORY  CLUB:

OUTREACH PROGRAM MAY 2014:

1. OBJECTIVES:

a) To educate youth about the Ivory trade in Tanzania.Target is two/three secondary schools located near Sega School (Kingo, Presbyteranean, Yespa, St.Anna, Father Pio and St.Dennis schools)

b) Encourage other schools to establish similar Anti Ivory Clubs in their schools.

c) Hold discussions on what can be done to stop ivory trade and poaching. Examination on why poaching is growing despite of operations to stop it.

d) Describing what Sega club is (aims, objectives, activities, organizations, affiliations,etc)

2. BENEFITS TO SEGA CLUB:

a) Give the club opportunity to share the spirit to protect elephants.

b) Build up the ability to public advocacy to the girls who are expected to talk in front of different caliber of people like Parliamentarians, government officials, tourism industry people and others.

c) Strengthening the spirit of public speaking for the girls.

d) Outreach was one of the selected activities for the year 2014.

3. PLAN AND ACTIVITIES:

3.1. PLAN:Sunday 11/05/2014 Presbyterean Seminary School:

The member girls will  walk to the school selected and go back to Sega by school bus, madam Alice will be with the girls while Mr.Enock will be at Presbyterean organizing the event with teachers (probably with students’ patron).

3.2. ACTIVITIES:Sunday 18/05/2014 Yespa Secondary School:

Opening statement from the Teacher on Duty or Students’ Patron to welcome Sega Club.

A note of thanks from the Sega club patron.

Two Sega girls will present a lecture on the Objectives and Aims of the Sega School Anti Ivory Club.

Allow at least five questions from the students about Aims/Objectives of the Sega Club.Any member from Sega can give correct answers to these questions.

Two Sega girls will present a lecture on the reasons/factors that led to poaching in Tanzania (Essence of Ivory Trade).

Allow at least five questions about the factors that led to poaching in Tanzania from the students and that Sega girls will provide correct answers.

Two Sega girls will present a lecture on the Duties of the Youth to stop poaching in Tanzania.

Allow at least five questions from the students about what can the youth do to stop poaching.Any member from Sega can answer these questions.

AOB: picture session, exchanging contacts,distributing readouts,singing the club song.Sega girls will leave at 4:00 PM to Sega school by school bus.

3.3. THE SAME PLAN AND ACTIVITIES WILL BE USED ON SUNDAY 18/05/2014 TO YESPA SCHOOL EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING:

Sega girls will leave Sega at 2:00 PM by school bus to Yespa school with madam Alice.Club patron will be at Yespa for preparations.

SEGA Anti club top leaders with the club patron-640x426

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