On April 1st Rotary Club Tbilisi Ambassador in partnership with PASHA Bank carried out an eco-project in Kondoli village (Telavi region, Kakheti). The project was also supported by World Vision and Palitra Holding bookstores chain Biblus.
The project implied planting the trees in the school yard, building a playground and formation of the eco-club. Local school children and World Vision beneficiaries were directly involved in the process. The outdoor activities were followed by screening of a film about the environmental issues and a seminar concerning ecology. The newly established eco-club takes responsibility to take care of the garden and managing paper waste that will be delivered to Palitra Holding bookstore Biblus and exchanged for books.
“Supporting this project was of double importance for PASHA Bank, as it combines both directions that we focus on as a part of our CSR. It was lovely to see the schoolchildren so eagerly involved in the working process together with World Vision beneficiaries. PASHA Bank plans to initiate and support more projects of eco-friendly nature,” – said Anano Korkia, Head of PR and Marketing Department at PASHA Bank.
“It should be noted that ecological situation in Georgia is getting worse day by day. This may cause certain natural disasters and other environmental issues in future. Thus our organization has decided to direct its resources towards slightly improving ecological situation, starting in Kondoli village. This project is multifunctional and will remain sustainable, considering the fact that here children learn about the importance of ecology and also plant trees to fully experience the process.” – said Bidzina Kumsiashvili, Charter President of Rotary Club Tbilisi Ambassador.