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Albion Govt School
06 June 2019
Uniciti welcome pupils from Albion Government School

As part of a social activity at a government school in Albion, Uniciti welcomed 111 pupils and the teaching staffs at SPARC sport centre for a presentation on the achievements of the Medine Smart City and the forthcoming projects while the Medine Volunteers were busy creating an outdoor play area and a garden along with reorganising the school library. The students were then invited for a fun day at Casela World of Adventures.

The Medine Volunteers have planted a dozen banana trees, reorganized a vegetable garden and planted grass as well as two beautiful trees that will provide a shaded area to the pupils during warmer months.
While some of the volunteers were working in the school yard, two other teams were also assigned to reorganise the school library and to draw childhood games on the floor of the inner courtyard of the primary school.
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    A natural drainage system will collect rainwater and redirect it towards existing rivers

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    New parks will be created within the city as an extension of existing green areas

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    The city grids takes into account the prevailing winds to ensure natural ventilation

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    The site on which the city is built is covered with a dense network of water bodies

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    Land use is distributed in a manner that optimizes the use of energy and resources

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    The city is designed as a series of walkable neighbourhoods, along linear parks

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    Each primary road of the city incorporates generous pavement and a segregated cycle path

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    The whole city will be connected through cycle and pedestrian tracks

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