We’re excited to bring you an update on the progress of our innovative BAFOS project. As many of you know, we’re using the power of the popular video game, Minecraft, to help educate Generation Z about the pressing issue of food waste. This isn’t just a project for us, it’s a mission – because we all know there’s no Planet B.
Recently, our international team of experts from across five countries met virtually to discuss the next steps of our project. We’re pleased to report that we’re making significant headway. Without going into too much detail (we don’t want to spoil the surprise!), we can share that our Minecraft scenarios are nearing completion. These carefully designed virtual environments are the setting in which players will engage with and learn about the complexities of food waste.
We’re also fine-tuning our methods of evaluating the game’s effectiveness. A comprehensive testing guide is being prepared, ensuring that our game not only entertains but also educates effectively. Our team is eager to dive into this phase, where we’ll be able to see our hard work come to life and adjust elements as necessary to enhance the learning experience.
The deadline for this testing phase is quickly approaching, and we’re all hands on deck to ensure we meet it. Our next team meeting is scheduled soon after, where we’ll discuss our findings and plan the next steps.
We’re incredibly excited about the progress we’re making, and we’re confident that our combined efforts will result in a tool that not only educates but inspires the younger generation to take action against food waste.
As we always say, it’s a project for good, and we can’t wait to share more with you soon. Stay tuned!
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