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To help indivudals and organizations to understand Handprint concept and its application, this section presents global and national educational resources for your reference. The resource which are included here are developed for Schools, Colleges, NGOs, Researchers, Professionals and several others who are interested in taking sustainable positive actions.

Educational material has teachers and educators modules and activity booklets, student material, articles and papers published nationally and internationally. Please acknowledge


Teachers Material



Rhodes University Environmental Education and Sustainability Unit in Makhanda (Grahamstown), South Africa developed a set of 12 Handprint Resource books. These resource books are designed to provide teachers with start-up materials for change-oriented learning. Activities in the book can support learning in the natural sciences, technology and language learning areas, and can contribute to the development of greening, innovative and expressive Handprints.



The National Green Corps (NGC) is a programme of the Ministry for Environment and Forests (MoEF), Government of India where school children form the crux of the initiative through an extensive network of over 1.2 lakh Eco-clubs across the country. CEE’s Paryavaran Mitra builds on massive network of eco club schools work where 100 Handprint action stories were documents in various themes like waste management, climate change, water and many more.Eco Club Assessment Manual – A Journey from Grey to Green (Measuring handprint actions) drafted by CEE for MoEFCC under National Green Corps Programme, India



PM Handbook (Cover page of handbook)



My Carbon Footprint


Student and Youth Materials



Retain current Beat Plastic pollution posters in this section


Articles and Papers



The 37th issue of SangSaeng various aspects of global citizenship education. It focusses on the historical background and theory of global citizenship education, giving practical suggestions on how to implement. It also touches upon how schools can contribute to raising global citizens.