20 names chosen in the South Asia Youth Environment Network Handprint Challenge. It ensued was organized by South Asia Youth Environment Network (SAYEN) and Centre for Environmental Education (CEE) and is supported by United Nation Environment Programme (UNEP). The primary aim of the competition is to promote sustainability in college students across Asia and the Pacific. This is done by asking them to form teams, identify sustainability issues on their campus and propose an action plan to be implemented by them in the upcoming months. Top teams were offered seed funding of up to $1000 each to implement their action plans and carry out sustainability activities on campus.
The Organic Farming club formed by IRMA participants has to execute its organic farming project to get the seed funding of $750 (or actuals). For the same, CEE will sign a MoU with IRMA to insure that the amount spent will only be on the Organic Farming project. The deadline for the second round is in December 2014.