We've given talks and presentations to students across the world – even on the TED stage.
Presentations & talks
We’ve been on the TEDx stage, done talks to classes from the Kenya coast as well as in Nairobi, and presented to over 500 pupils at a leading UK public school. If you’d like one of our team to talk at your school or university please get in touch.
We have an interactive presentation & lesson plan on the broad topic of “innovative ideas to reduce consumption of single-use plastics”. It uses the Flipflopi Project as an accessible, fun & interesting entry point to the issue. Contact us to see content and background materials.
#PlasticRevolution Student Star Search
Searching for the next Jane Goodall, David Attenborough, Wangari Mathai.
We are inviting students to present at their schools on:
“Innovative ideas for reducing consumption of single-use plastics”
The best presenter will get the opportunity to present on The FlipFlopi documentary that we are currently filming. Two runners up will get a chance to be involved in a short campaign film. Schools or students need to send in a 3 minute clip of the presentation to email@example.com
Judging will be done by a panel including John Sibi-Okumu who knows perfectly what it takes to make a good presenter, having presented a leading Kenyan talk show for a number of years as well as acting in well known films such as the The Constant Gardener.
Closing date for entries: 15th October 2017.
Questions, terms & conditions: Dipesh Pabari firstname.lastname@example.org
Round Square regional conference at ISK Kenya
Flipflopi leader Dipesh Pabari speaking to pupils at the Round Square Schools regional conference. Round Square is a worldwide network of innovative schools in 50 countries across six continents, and in April we spoke to students from all over Africa about plastic consumption and challenged them all to think about how they might change their own futures for the better.
Beach clean up by Braeburn Mombasa School Students
The members of the Interact Club at Braeburn Mombasa - a youth rotary club - collected over 20 big bags of trash in two hours. The students raised funds for the Flipflopi Project - which was gratefully received by Flipflopi engineer Sam Ngaruiya who went to the school to speak to the students.