We depend on the generosity of individuals, corporate bodies, partners, grants, for our project activities. You may be kind to donate today.Donate
If you have time to spare, you can choose to become a volunteer with us. All skills are welcomed.Volunteer
You can invite us to your event(s), have us organise an event or talk to young people about environmental issues. We also welcome tree seedlings for our Green School project.Support
To develop, initiate and foster platforms through competent environmental programme, environmental education, conducting related scientific research and continually advocate and implement projects that promotes and mainstream sustainable development to mitigate challanges that confronts us today
Centre for Earth Works (CFEW) is a research driven youth-led non-governmental organisation that is passionate about securing the Earth. CFEW was founded with the vision to contribute achieving environmental sustainability and fostering youth participation in sustainable development.
To develop the skill and expertise of community and the general public through training, awareness, research, outreach programs and advocacy.
Core Values: Cohesive, Innovation, Integrity and accountability, Sustainability, Always Learning
We undertake and facilitate research for learning, documentation and development. The importance of this program is to develop a comprehensive and analytical data of substantive problems that are posing serious threats to our health and environment.
The production and use of chemicals is growing especially in the developing world The Toxic -free campaign was designed to help create awareness about the dangers of Toxic chemicals like the persistent organic pollutants (POP), Mercury, Plead, etc Many of these chemicals cause birth defects, cancer, learning/neurological disorder and other human diseases.
Waste management, far from being someone else's problem, is the responsibility of all of us. We all make the trash and therefore we should all have the equal responsibility of disposing of it. Wherever possible, trash should be recycled and there are ways to ensure the garbage from your home and business is disposed of as economically and eco friendly as possible. Through Project EARN!
The problems associated with inadequate WASH have an impact on virtually all aspects of human development, disproportionately affecting the life chances of women and girls. We work to expand access to WASH facilities and services.
Energy has a major impact on every aspect of our economic life. Today, more than 3 billion people worldwide rely on polluting energy sources such as wood, dung and charcoal for cooking. Almost 1 billion rely on kerosene lamps and other polluting devices to light their homes. The health implications of this are terrible.
CFEW work to encourage youth participation in community conservation and build their capacity towards mitigating and adapting to the impact of climate change through various initiatives
- Celebration of International Days
- Project Nature
- Advocacy and Campaign