This school started CFP activities in 2013 when the CFP coordinator called on. Previously, the school grounds were dreary vacant lots. So, the first thing the coordinator did was to distribute seedlings for tree planting. The children were very excited about the first tree-planting. As with the case of many other schools in Bangladesh, their tin-roofed school buildings get very hot when exposed to the sunlight, and turn into tough environment for the children. They plant seedlings and take care of them, and are anxiously waiting for grown trees to provide shade blocking the sunlight.
Compared with other schools, the ground of this school is wider, and so, they are planning to plant various species of trees. In addition to trees for lumber, they will plant edible fruit trees such as mangoes and lemons, and promote the development of a rich and enjoyable forest
CFP school since 2013 / 200 students / Chakaria, Cox's Bazar