Dominic Nsikan
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Allison Hague commented on Dominic Nsikan's blog post GreenUp Environmental Youth Initiative
"Hi Dominic, How is your project going? Please continue to post information about your events on this website, and let me know if you have any questions about the site!"
Oct 1, 2012
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"Hey Guys! Check Out our brand new blog for GreenUp Environmental Youth Initiative http://ning.it/NSnALS"
Jun 20, 2012
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GreenUp Environmental Youth Initiative

GREENUP 500! GreenUp 500 is a pet project initiated by Dominic Nsikan the DeforestACTION West Africa School Engagement Coordinator. GreenUp 500 is an environmental stewardship project modeled after the DeforestACTION school engagement program which seeks to engage school students and teachers to take actions aimed at halting deforestation. The project aims to engage 50 students from 5 secondary schools around Port Harcourt in planting 500 trees in Port Harcourt Community.…See More
Jun 20, 2012
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Jun 12, 2012

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DeforestACTION
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DeforestACTION West Africa
Project Title
GreenUp Nigeria!
Project Description
GreenUp Nigeria is a project that engages Nigerian youths and teachers in taking action to stop deforestration through tree planting.

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GreenUp Environmental Youth Initiative

GREENUP 500!

GreenUp 500 is a pet project initiated by Dominic Nsikan the DeforestACTION West Africa School Engagement Coordinator. GreenUp 500 is an environmental stewardship project modeled after the DeforestACTION school engagement program which seeks to engage school students and teachers to take actions aimed at halting deforestation. The project aims to engage 50 students from 5 secondary schools around Port Harcourt in planting 500 trees in Port Harcourt Community.…

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