At SEGA things are cool and the girls have started sitting for their Terminal examinations i.e mid of the year examinations. Usually after the exams schools are closed for a month or so.
The SEGA Anti Ivory Club members are also busy with examination. In the last club meeting the members gave each other some tasks to be accomplished when we open school in early July. Some will rehearse for the short video showing poaching and its outcomes. The girls will act as elephants, poachers and rangers of the park.
Some girls will try to do community interaction in their home villages like one girl who comes from a village where elephants live close by. She is expected to talk with people who deals with chasing away elephants from destroying their crops.The club also has asked for several patches of land around the school where they will plant and care for flowers, the plan is to post information and pictures on elephants and poaching on these flower beds.
I was given the task to draft some letter to the Minister responsible for Wildlife, to meet with the Morogoro District Wildilife Officer during the holidays.
My hope is that all these plans will work out and help the club reach the desired goals.