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Better education for students, by students.

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The Agency for French Education Abroad (AEFE) are focused this year on the impact of the sea on our planet and are running a contest for students to submit educational videos on this topic.

 

Two of their ambassadrices en herbe (young ambassadors) chose to highlight our work with their entry.

Yesmin and Sondos from Lycée Français du Caire created a creative and impactful video that discusses the marine eco-systems and their functions. In their informative video they touch on the importance of these eco-systems, their threats and how everyone can participate in conserving marine life so that they will be available for future generations.

These young women are also members of 101, a great organisation based in Cairo that we’ve had the honour of working with for the last 2 years. We are grateful to have their support and understanding of the work that we do. It is humbling for us that this has led to even further exposure.

From all of us here at Red Sea Project we wish Yesmin and Sondos the very best of luck in the competition! To learn more about 101 and their projects you can visit their website here

Ahmed Fouad, Director of RED SEA PROJECT™ said: “We couldn’t ask for better ambassadors of the RED SEA PROJECT™ to introduce this information to other students.”

Each year, May 23rd is dedicated to our friends, the turtle, and tortoise. World Turtle Day is not only about showing love and adoration towards turtles but also making sure we can protect them as well as their various habitats.

This year, 101 team from the Lycée Français du Caire worked hand-in-hand with Kendaka to design new products for RED SEA PROJECT™ by performing glass upcycling, used-plastic weaving and textile-crochet. These products were introduced at the Lycée Français du Caire by 101 during a public awareness event aiming to promote the protection of marine turtles through citizen science, community engagement and education.

We would like to thank the students and teachers of the Lycée Français du Caire - Officiel for their incredible support and dedication. We are very much looking forward to welcoming you to the Red Sea soon!

Kendaka is an ethical business set up by women for women. It combines the passion for empowering women in isolated communities and the environmentally sound upcyling concept. Please support their work: