Savannah Launches Environmental Awareness Clubs in Public Secondary Schools in Akwa Ibom State

L-R: Dr. Saturday Umana, Assistant Director, School Services, State Secondary Education Board, Akwa Ibom State; Nkoyo Etuk, Regional Manager, Southeast & Head, Stakeholder Relations, Savannah Energy; Professor Enobong Joshua, Chairman of Screening Committee, Inoyo Toro Foundation at the launch of Savannah Energy Education & Internship Training (SEE-IT) Environmental Awareness Clubs across 20 public secondary schools in Akwa Ibom State.


Savannah Energy PLC, the British independent energy company focused around the delivery of Projects that Matter, is pleased to announce that it has launched Environmental Awareness Clubs (“EAC”) in 20 public secondary schools in Akwa Ibom state.
The programme aims to inspire the students on career choices and instill environmental consciousness and career awareness.
The EAC is part of the broader Savannah Energy Education and Internship Training Programme (“SEE-IT”), being executed in collaboration with the Inoyo Toro Foundation, a non-profit educational foundation based in Akwa Ibom State.
The programme will feature various educational and practical activities, including career day events for club members, tree planting and environmental awareness walks, radio programmes to discuss topical issues on climate change, pipeline protection and safety, hydrocarbon and the Akwa Ibom State government ARISE agenda as well as quiz competitions.
The club activities will commence in June and culminate in presentation of cash prizes to winners of the quiz competition in August.
Nkoyo Etuk, Head of Stakeholder Relations and Regional Manager, Nigeria, Savannah Energy, said:
“Education is an important part of Savannah’s sustainability strategy, where our first pillar focuses on promoting socio-economic prosperity within the countries in which we operate. We are optimistic that the Environmental Awareness Clubs will help to improve enlightenment about environmental issues and the solutions, and inspire future leaders.”
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