25 August 2022: Water Watch Penang (WWP) has conducted water education programme in three schools: SJK(T) Ladang Changkat (19 August), SK Batu Ferringhi (24 August), and SJK(C) Shih Chung Cawangan (25 August).
17 August 2022: Water Watch Penang (WWP) has held another water education programme titled “Negalitres for Schools” from 15 to 17 August 2022 in three primary schools, namely SJK(C) Poi Eng, SJK(C) Li Tek Cawangan, and SJK(C) Hu Yew Seah. Most of the students who took part were from Standard 4 to 6.
The Executive Manager of WWP, Dr. Hong Chern Wern, gave an opening address to the students, outlining the organization’s goals, its history of conducting core operations in conjunction with other societies, and the WWP’s latest competition and campaign.
10 August 2022: Water Watch Penang (WWP) has visited three schools to deliver a water education session as a component of their “Negalitre for Schools” programme.
On the 8th and 9th of August, 2022, the water education talk took place at SJK(C) Yang Cheng and SJK(C) Han Chiang with the involvement of 40 students each, primarily from Standard 5 and 6. On August 10, sixty high school students from four co-curriculum clubs in SMK(L) Methodist participated in the talk.
3 August 2022: Water Watch Penang (WWP) has successfully organized the ‘Negalitres for Schools’ water education initiative in SJK(C) Kong Min Cawangan Kedua. More than 300 students and teachers in total participated in this water education talk of the programme.
Dr. Hong Chern Wern, the Executive Manager of Water Watch Penang, kicked off the water education discussion with an introduction, history and activities of WWP. Hanson Yeoh, the aquatic science intern, facilitated the rest of the topic, which included global and local water challenges as well as water conservation strategies.
2 August 2022: On and on, another water education talk under the program “Negalitres for Schools” by Water Watch Penang (WWP) was successfully conducted with the students from SJK(C) Chung Hwa Confucian A and B. A total of 72 students, the majority of whom are in Standard 4, as well as a good number of morning session teachers, participated.
Dr. Hong Chern Wern, commenced the session by presenting a brief history and background of WWP as a significant introduction to the water education discussion. Then, the WWP’s intern, Hanson Yeoh, trained and delivered the sessions on global water challenges and various water-saving techniques as well as daily water consumption calculations using water bills.