|CHTI is a green, clean and environmental friendly campus, the flora and fauna around us evidently covey the same.
The farm garden within the campus, where we cultivate vegetables, fruit trees and other edible plants for the dietary needs of our students are both a boost for sustainability and self-reliance. Our students also contribute to this green environment by cultivating in small plots and sharing the produce for the use of all in the campus.
This is season for mangoes and all of us enjoy the mangoes from different mango trees around the campus. Besides, we have lemons, custard apples and varieties of fruits during different seasons in the year.
The solar energy during most part of the day is a source of natural energy that support the entire campus with electricity.
During the night we switch off the fuel operated generator system from 10.30 pm till 7.30 am.
We have adapted to this simple way of life, because it saves fuel and decreases pollution.
Our campus is almost free of plastic wastes. The plastics collected are sent for reuse.
Our students walk to the town and other places nearby since the public transport is lacking. It became part of their lifestyle.
Solidarity with South Sudan is now a reality that exists because, since the beginning of the Solidarity intercongregational Ministry, you all have always believed in us: all of this is a reality that we face every day with confidence hope, joy but also with a lot of hard work. In this endeavor we continue to need your support; it is essential to enable us to give our best help in the care of our Common Home!So, we ask you, once again, to respond to our call for help and we thank you wholeheartedly on behalf of the South Sudanese people for being part of this great family of Solidarity with South Sudan!
25 May 2023
Sr Bindu, CHTI Principal
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