New Group of Refugees Receive Certificates

Round two of S.E.E.S has just finished. 16 new refugees received their certificates at a ceremony held at Avnstrup Asylum Center.
On Wednesday 5/24, 16 asylum seekers received their certificates for having completed the S.E.E.S program. The program teaches permaculture, farming, economy and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, amongst other things.

The program’s participants gave presentations on how they had worked with the 17 SDGs, at a ceremony facilitated by Chora Connection and The Red Cross, and then received their program certificates.

S.E.E.S is developed in collaboration between Chora Connection, The Red Cross and Gaia Trust/Gaia Education. S.E.E.S is supported by The Danish Immigration Service.

So far 39 asylum seekers have taken the program, and all have acquired skills that will be beneficial to them, in the country where they will end up staying.

Chora Connection is currently working to secure funding for continuing and further developing the S.E.E.S. program.

Chora Connection is also working on a short movie that depicts the S.E.E.S program. Follow us on social media and via our newsletter for updates.

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