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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.

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

 

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

 

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Freshly Planted News

Fri

18

Jan

2019

2019.1 Philippines 2

Children carefully plant the seedlings.
Children carefully plant the seedlings.

 

Let’s grow up with seedlings

 

The Tugunan Elementary school is a small school, and has 79 students. The school location is very much struggling especially in transportation because of unpaved roadway, so OISCA’s coordinators need to walk 3hours to reach this school. The school decided to start OISCA’s Children’s Forest Program (CFP) activities, because teachers hope to make the opportunities for children to think about the environmental preservation.

 

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Fri

18

Jan

2019

2019.1 Philippines 1

Children take turns watering the seedlings in the school ground.
Children take turns watering the seedlings in the school ground.

 The opportunity to realize the plentiful of diversity

 

The Kimmalaba Elementary School decided to start OISCA’s Children’s Forest Program (CFP) activities in 2008, and now various fruit trees which children planted have grown well in the school ground. In 2017, children planted 100 seedlings mainly native tree species, and continue to care them. Moreover, Children enjoyed studying the importance of caring their surrounding environment. Students tried to handicraft using recycled materials. They got wildly excited about making new products out of garbage.

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Fri

11

Jan

2019

2019.1 CFP Mexico

Narly Pacheco Carrillo, a descendant of the Popolocan tribe   She is tackling the CFP activities with the way of thinking taught by OISCA staff : “It is important to work oneself”.
Narly Pacheco Carrillo, a descendant of the Popolocan tribe She is tackling the CFP activities with the way of thinking taught by OISCA staff : “It is important to work oneself”.

Children’s Forest Program (CFP) in Mexico

Expanding seedling raising activity for the protection of the historical environment

 

 

Presently, Children’s Forest Program (CFP) has been carried out in 36 countries and areas of the world. In Mexico’s Tehuacan-Cuicatlan Valley area, children are tackling CFP activities to protect the historical environment.

 

In this area said to be the birthplace of Mesoamerica civilization, the valuable ecosystem of the North American semi-arid zone including various species of cacti is preserved and the area was designated as the World Heritage by UNESCO in 2018. 

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Tue

08

Jan

2019

Green Wave 2018 Report

OISCA members, CFP school's students and many friends participated actively in the Green Wave 2018!

The Green Wave is a global biodiversity campaign to educate children and youth about biodiversity. Towards 2020, last year of the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity (2011-2020), the United Nations has been appealing more vigorously for its promotion worldwide. 

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