Dear Kind Supporter,
Your donation made possible a seminar on the "Nature of Sundarbans" for 100 youth nature leaders on the remote L-plot island in the Sundarbans on 8 August 2014. It was held in a participating school.
The eager young students viewed a powerpoint presentation on the Nature of Sundarbans followed by an interaction. These students got inducted into the Green Rhinos Program, through which they will conduct local nature conservation projects. They join 1300 other Green Rhinos who are working to protect the Sundarbans!
Do visit our project http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/create-10-000-youth-nature-leaders-in-india/ to know more about what the Green Rhinos are doing.
Thank you for being part of our team to make the world a greener and cleaner planet!
With warm regards,
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