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Workshop Report

ZIMBABWE: Belvedere Technical Teachers’ College

Organizer: Tracy Madyangove

This group in Harare, Zimbabwe focused on waste management issues on the campus of their college. Oraganizer Trace Madyangove had been a participant in an international training for educators with Alan AtKisson, financed by the Swedish aid agency SIDA, and adopted Pyramid for use in her classes. For Pyramid 2012, she gathered members of the Peer and Environmental Educators Club on campus. They first conducted an audit of the challenges facing that campus, and chose waste management and hygiene as the most urgent issue needing attention. Their Capstone Agreement committed the group to improvement projects (more information will follow soon). Congratulations, BTTC Harare!

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Author, songwriter, keynote speaker, and expert consultant in the field of sustainability. Founder and president of the AtKisson Group: www.AtKisson.com

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