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EDF Launched Workshop for the Power Kids Plus Project
EDF launched workshop for the Power Kids Plus Project at Baan Huai Heep Wittayathan School in Sakon Nakhon on January 28, 2013 and Baan Kham Sawang in Nakhon Phanom on January 30, 2013. The workshop aims to gather student leaders’, teacher leaders’ and community leaders’ ideas on Power Kids Plus Project activities to develop the Power Kids Plus Project Year2013. EDF staff acted as a facilitator who questioned and facilitated the group members so that they could freely express their opinions and share their experiences in the workshop. 
The four main questions inquired in the workshop were what the conducted activities under the Power Kids Plus Project were, how the conducted activities affected students, schools, and communities, what the remaining problems were within schools and communities, and how to improve the Power Kids Plus Project next phase. The results from the workshop revealed that students, teachers and community people would like to further develop their agricultural project, to launch risk eating habits and drugs campaigns, to establish income generating activities within communities, to develop young trainers, to establish the knowledge exchange activities among students’ parents. EDF will utilize this information to develop the proposal for the Power Kids Plus Project Year 2013.












2013-02-12 | Latest News & Activities | เปิดอ่าน 2340

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