Comments from our students from India on the Youth Summit

We also asked our involved students from the CSMEM school in Kasawardi, India on their opinions and expectations of the Youth Summit in July. Their school follows a co-educational approach and is engaging in several projects with international relevance, like the Changemaker. Here is what they said:

Ayesha Mustafa

12 years old, Grade 7

The Youth Summit means a lot to me because I will get to interact with different cultures and do amazing activities with them. I expect that with the help of this project I would be able to make this world a better place.

Sai Landge

12 years old, Grade 7

I think the Youth Summit will give me a chance to make a social impact. My expectations from the Youth Summit are it will help us create clean and safe environments.

Tahura Maniyar

13 years old, Grade 8

This event means a lot to me, it is a big opportunity to be exposed to this large platform and to be part of this international event. I expect that this Youth Summit will make us realise our mistakes which are harming our environment and have a better earth in the future with no problems.

Isha Patil

13 years old, Grade 8

I‘m having a great enthusiasm for the Youth Summit. It is a wonderful opportunity for us to make amendments in our country and surely we will make use of this opportunity.

Kshitij Gujar

14 years old, Grade 8

This event means a lot to me because I get a chance to represent my country and talk about SDG 6 – clean water and sanitation.
I am expecting that everyone will share information about different SDGs and we will get many ideas to solve global problems.