Blog post from our Educadores: Pamela y Jasmin

Today, we feature a short blog post about the importance of being an active member of a community, from two of our educadores in Flor, Pamela Rodriguez and Jasmin Tumbaco.

If today, we take small actions to improve our community, then in the future, we will be able to see the results of our hard work.
Community
Today, many problems exist within society- within communities themselves. One of these issues is the lack of communication that exists about things that affect our environment- both the ecological environment, and the community that we live in. Our goals, as members of the community, are not limited simply to enhancing the academic or economic systems in which we live; we also strive to impact the youth and children of our society. One way that we can concretely help to better our environment is to recycle, and we have been learning how to use, and reuse, material in a creative way, and helping to make our own community more sustainable!
Do you want to help us change the world?

Pamela Rodriguez

Jasmin Tumbaco

 

en español: 
Si empezamos hoy ayudando con pequeñas cosas a nuestra comunidad en el futuro veremos los resultados.

Communidad! 
Hoy en día existen muchos problemas dentro de la sociedad.

Uno de ellos es la falta de comunicación sobre cosas que afectan al medio ambiente nuestro objetivo no es solo ayudar académicamente o económicamente sino también a jóvenes y a niños una manera de ayudar y hacer conocer a las personas de su entorno que se pueda hacer por mejorarlo y es por eso que aquí aprendemos a utilizar material reciclable de una manera creativa y dinámica.


¿Quieres ayudarnos a cambiar el mundo?

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