Encore: James The Steward Climate Reading Rooms

Due to the popularity of our summer Climate Reading Room sessions in Uganda, we decided as a team to bring back the reading rooms one last time before the close of the school year. We are deeply moved by the level of impact this project is having on children and we plan on renewing our commitment to making these…

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Climate Literacy Project – Reading Rooms

Reading Room Sessions with BLI Global

It’s been two years since we launched the first children’s climate book with Rural Environment Sustainability Initiative (RESI Africa). Since then, the pandemic hit, and all our plans to start physical reading rooms ground to a halt. In 2021, after discussions with our partners, we came up with the idea to host virtual reading rooms instead (read about it…

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Saving Dolphins – Bangladesh

On 24th October, BLI BD participated in an IUCN led project in Bangladesh in an effort to raise awareness about the extinction of the Irrawaddy and Ganges River Dolphin. The project was spearheaded by the IUCN Bangladesh country office and supported by GEF, UNDP and Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change Bangladesh. The week long boot-camp included training…

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Data4WASH

Data4WASH

Update: This project has been renamed #Data4WASH Access to clean water, quality education, and poor health facilities has remained a challenge for people in low-income regions and underdeveloped communities. The Rural Impact Accessibility Map project is a user-friendly digital platform that aggregates people-generated and verified data aimed at increasing development at the grassroots level. The RIAM project eases lobbying…

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Even Children Can – “Beat Air Pollution” – Uganda

On June 5th 2019, BLI in partnership with Heart Stars and RocVerge in collaboration with the United Nations Environment Programme carried out a children’s outreach program in Kampala and Mukono.  BLI and Heart Stars visited Hill Preparatory School in Naguru where they worked with children from primary three to four and educated them about how they could “beat air…

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