Children's Forest Program (CFP) is an international program that educates school children and communities about the environment through tree planting and other related environmental activities.
Visit to Japan by Myanmar and Mongolian children as “Children’s Goodwill Ambassadors” under the Children’s Forest Program
From September 14 to 24, OISCA invited to Japan a total of 7 school children and coordinators from Myanmar and Mongolia under the Children’s Forest Program (CFP) and carried out various exchange activities in Tokyo, Aichi, Osaka and Nara.
OISCA LANKA CFP 25th anniversary activities in April, 2016.
Before the tree planting children had explanation on how to plant saplings and the importance of the Tree planting by CFP Coordinator Mr. Jayamanna. During tree planting, they met very dangerous snake in planting site but they had really interesting, funny and unforgetable time.
About 500 people participated in “Green Earth Festival 2016 in Tokyo co-organized by OISCA
On March 26, OISCA co-organized in Tokyo the “Green Earth Festival 2016” in cooperation with the National Land Afforestation Promotion Organization, the Forest Culture Association, NPO Forests and Environment Network Association, and the Forestry Agency, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.
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(Life skill vocational training center)
The school was built in 1992 for orphans and street children. The school`s training programs include teaching the students to learn how to cook, process food, construction, agriculture and animal husbandry. The school also offers secondary education program.
In 2014, OISCA introduced the concept of the Children`s Forest Program (CFP) wherein the students planted poplar and lilac tree seedlings within the school compound. After two years, the all planted seedlings are growing well.