Dear Friends and partners,

lkmnIn this era of world concern for bio diversity conservation, we are very much concerned and at the same time required to put our hands together in order to live in harmony with our environment.

There can be few more pressing and critical goals for the future of humankind than to ensure steady improvement in the quality of life for this and future generations, in a way that respects our common heritage -the planet we live on. As people we seek positive change for ourselves, our children and grandchildren; we must do it in ways that respect the right of all to do so.
To do this we must learn constantly -about ourselves, our potential, our limitations, our relationships, our society, our environment, our world. Education for sustainable development is a life-wide and lifelong endeavour which challenges individuals, institutions and societies to view tomorrow as a day that belongs to all of us, or it will not belong to anyone.

The United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm in 1972, helped to focus attention on environmental concerns and in the years following the conference, the global community acknowledged that more exploration was needed of the inter-relationships between the environment and socioeconomic issues of poverty and underdevelopment.

Thus the concept of sustainable development emerged in the 1980s in response to a growing realisation of the need to balance economic and social progress with concern for the environment and the stewardship of natural resources.

We at CLWO are very much dedicated and concerned about the future of our next generation. Putting our hands together for the protection of the children and nature is everybody's concern; the rich and the poor. Our region needs attention and we are obliged to act now in this era of globalisation.

Thanking you so much and wish you the very best of this year.


Baluku David.

Project founder