SEA & National Curriculum Centre Task Team

Members:
i. Steven B. Dlamini – Curriculum Designer, Social Studies
ii. Ntombenhle Dlamini – Senior Curriculum Designer , Maths/Science
iii. Thembelihle Dlamini – Curriculum Designer, Science
iv. Gcina Mabuza – Curriculum Designer, Social Studies
v. Musa Mkhatshwa – Teacher Education
vi. Muzi Tsabedze – Teacher Education
vii. Makhosazana Nyoni – Curriculum Designer, Practical Arts
viii. Nomfundo Sukati – Curriculum Designer, Language Arts
ix. Robert Khumalo – Curriculum Designer, Pre-Voc
x. Musa Hlophe – Curriculum Designer, Maths/Science/ICT
xi. Gcina Dladla – Director Policy Research & Information
xii. Calsile Mhlanga – Biodiversity Officer
xiii. Bongani Nkhabindze – Biosafety Registrar
xiv. Dumile Sithole – Biosafety Project Assistant Coordinator

World Water Day

The 22nd of March is devoted to celebrate World Water Day in nations all over the world. The day highlights awareness raising regarding the development and conservation of water resources. The day was founded by UN in 1992 and is based on the chapter on Fresh Water Resources in Agenda 21.

Read more at: http://www.unwater.org/worldwaterday/home/en/

World Environment Day

The 5th June World Environment Day is arranged to spread awareness worldwide and action for the environment.
World Environment Day (WED) is the United Nations’ principal vehicle for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the environment. Over the years it has grown to be a broad, global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated by stakeholders in over 100 countries. It also serves as the ‘people’s day’ for doing something positive for the environment, galvanizing individual actions into a collective power that generates an exponential positive impact on the planet.

The Swaziland Environment Authority in partnership with its national stakeholders joined the International community in celebrating this year’s world Environment Day on the 5th June 2014 at the Town of Siteki, Park, east of Swaziland.

The theme for Swaziland adapted from the international theme was “Raise Your Voice Not Emissions”.
The theme talks the global challenge that efforts to deal with climate change are still not enough, greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere are at their highest for 800,000 years. Even though the international theme focuses mainly on Small Island States, the impacts of climate change on Swaziland as a small state are not different.

Read more at: http://www.unep.org/wed/