When CI teens in the Philippines were charged with organizing a project that would help their community, they surveyed residents and local leaders to identify problems. Their research told them the community wasn’t as prepared as it should be in knowing what to do when an earthquake occurs — a frighteningly common occurrence in this island nation.
So the teens wrote and performed a play to educate their community on earthquake preparedness. As they had their neighbors practice life-saving procedures, they learned what it takes to be strong leaders and developed critical project-management experience.
Watch this video to see how the teens organized their project: