Lending a helping hand and moral & material support, for a noble cause,
“Protect our planet” for the young generations to come!
The MBA Students in the Special Branch of the Law Department of the Royal University of Law and Economics of Phnom Penh are organizing this year their Advocacy Travel and Annual Trip over a period of three days from Friday, March 13 to Sunday, March 15 in Sihanoukville province, under the theme of the "Tree Planting Campaign and Fight against Global Warming".
This trip will give the opportunity to students of three promotions to bring together students and teachers under a common cause. This year, they will actually be associated with charitable projects to help orphans and protect the environment.
According to the United Nations University for Environment and Human Security (UNU - EHS) and the Alliance Development Works, a global index of human exposure to the risk of climate change has been defined, also known as the World Risk Index (WRI). Among the 10 countries most exposed to the risk of climate change features Cambodia.
The young students of the Royal University of Law and Economics (RULE) have decided with their teachers to advocate a campaign to replant trees to help combat global warming. As part of the new generation, they must respond and act with their own convictions. "We believe that planting trees can produce positive results in the fight against global warming" wrote Oudom Heng, a young student in Law. "It is for this reason that the International Organization of French speaking countries actually encourages the youth in the world to plant and take pictures in order to post on the page "I have my planet at heart Challenge".
All Dreams Cambodia is pleased to lend a helping hand and our moral and material support, and contribution to partly cover the financing of this noble cause, namely “Protect our planet” for the young generations to come!
All Dreams Cambodia team