The InStill Life project is an educational pilot program that champions sustainability and global citizenship through student funded micro loans to food producers in developing countries.
By demonstrating to students the connection between subject areas such as art, history, technology, geography, literature, mathematics, science and economics and how they affect and enhance their micro lending project, students discover their own connection of how they can affect and enhance their world.
This short film highlights some moments from the first two projects, one in Naramata, British Columbia and the other in Guatemala, and the connection that was created between the two.
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