OISCA Children's Forest Program


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CFP Papua New Guinea

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CFP Honduras

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.

Spreading Far

Since 1991, CFP has flourished in more than 4,690 schools in 35countries and planted countless amount of trees!

 

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Growing Tall

All participating CFP schools eagerly share their monthly reports on environmental activities, celebrations and accomplishments.

 

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Planting Together

Supporters from around the world have helped CFP educate children about the environment and participate in global campaigns such as UNDP's Green Wave.

 

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Freshly Planted News

Tue

22

Aug

2017

2017 August CFP Malaysia

Report on the Current CFP Activities in Sabah, Eastern Malaysia

 

Recently, OISCA Sabah in Eastern Malaysia organized a series of tree planting events. The first one was held on the afternoon of April 25 at Kungkular School and was joined by about 40 people including school teachers, parents and OISCA trainees. The participants planted herbs and flowers. Since the land area of the school was of red soil, they had to apply some compost before planting.

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Thu

10

Aug

2017

Green Wave 2017

Various aged children participating in Green Wave(Mongolia)
Various aged children participating in Green Wave(Mongolia)

Various Countries including

Japan Participated in the Green Wave 2017

 

The Green Wave is a global biodiversitycampaign which the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (SCBD)of the United Nations has advocated and is calling for participation in greening by young people. It is celebrated globally before and after May 22 –the International Day for Biological Diversity. OISCA concluded in 2016 a basic agreement with SCBD for promoting conservation of biological diversity and PR activities, and has been carrying out tree planting activities mainly through schools participating in the Children’s Forest Program (CFP). This year, it actively conducted the Green Wave campaign in Japan and overseas.

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Tue

20

Jun

2017

2017. June CFP Malaysia 1

 School forest grown
School forest grown

 

As result of planting, seedlings budded !

 

 

 The school is surrounded by mountains. When it is fine weather, Mr. Kinabalu, Malaysia’s highest mountain, can be seen from the school yard. The area is surrounded by rich greenery. But in the face of the rapidly progressing destruction of forests, the school joined CFP in order to educate the students about the importance of environmental conservation and protection.

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Tue

20

Jun

2017

2017. June CFP Inner Mongolia, China 1

Digging holes altogether
Digging holes altogether

 

Children struggle

to fight against desertification!

 

 

   In this school located in the heart of Alashan, they are putting effort on environmental beautification. The area is dry highlands with annual rainfalls of 400mm, only one-third of Tokyo and the average temperature in winter is minus 11 degrees Celsius. The surrounding area is desert where plants are sparse. As there are many children who have no experience in tackling anti-desertification, the school joined CFP to carry out practical environmental education. 

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