The Tucuman Project Planting Life is awarded
Students from Tucuman high school San Andrés traveled to the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires within the framework of the Community of La Nación Foundation. They were invited by the Plantando Vidaproject.
The Plantando Vida solidarity project was born as a need to improve the environment of the 4th year C students of the shift tomorrow. Students noted with concern the lack of trees in the village, especially in the green spaces of new neighbourhoods.
The teacher Mariela Gerez said: “The prize was to participate in the program ‘All we can fly out of an airline. The group traveled by plane and spent the day in Buenos Aires. The experience was wonderful for the kids, it was the first time they were getting on a plane. Getting to know Buenos Aires was impressive for them.”
The trip to Capital Federal included a meeting with the Corporate Social Responsibility team of the airline. They participated in a workshop with the Fundación Vida Silvestre and shared a lunch in La Alameda among other activities.
The joy of the boys was overflowing by this great opportunity. Those who were lucky enough to travel are proud to represent their companions. This project Plantando Vida has changed their lives, they no longer think about them but about improving the environment of their entire community with concrete actions. These were some of the concepts highlighted by the teacher and coordinator of the Plantando Vida project.
The experience of the boys
Student Lara Mitrovich was the first time he was flying. The young lady recognized the good deal which they received on the flight and in Buenos Aires. He added that this allowed him learn and know many new things.
Giselle Scana told she was nervous, but the experience was very nice. The young lady is grateful to this opportunity to travel and highlights the beautiful of Buenos Aires Aires. For her it was a unique experience and she wanted to know more.
The travel experience has boosted the energy of the students, as well as the commitment to the Plantando Vida project . That with this recognition from other organizations will have more strength to develop and improve the quality of life and the environment of your locali d d d ddd.
Source: Government of Tucumán
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