Freshly Planted Activities!

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2019

2019.4 India-2

Promising community leaders are growing

 

Assumption AUP School is located along the national road 212 in Bathery, Wayanad District. The school has participated in CFP because teachers wanted to teach children knowledge of flowers and trees.

The children are, not only getting knowledge on trees, but learning many things such as how to plant by tree species and way of taking care of them through practical activities. The children are enjoying, in addition to tree planting, studies on organic agriculture and making a school vegetable garden. 

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Wed

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Apr

2019

2019.4 India-1

Before planting trees, OISCA staff lectures to students about the meaning of activity and how to plant trees.
Before planting trees, OISCA staff lectures to students about the meaning of activity and how to plant trees.

Voice of joy to first tree planting !

  

This school is located in an environment where the temperature difference is large; it goes up to 40℃ in summer and goes down to 8℃ in winter. In order to protect children from the severe sunshine, they chose fruit trees and tree species which can bear the cold in winter and planted them at the school. 

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Apr

2019

2019.4 Papua New Guinea 2

OISCA trainees support students when planting tree
OISCA trainees support students when planting tree

Creating opportunities to move learning into action

 

DADUL Elementary School is located in East New Britain Province. There are 140students in the school. Teachers were worried about how to teach to students about environment conservation, and they asked OISCA what they should do for environmental conservation.

As for the first activity, OISCA’s coordinator and trainees played an environmental drama. The drama was a fun and students have understood the importance of environment.

Content in tree planting activity, they planted castanospermum which could be good building materials and several species of fruit bearing trees.

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01

Apr

2019

2019.4 Papua New Guinea 1

We are excited to bear fruits
We are excited to bear fruits

School forest is inherited by students

 

St Joseph Napapar Primary School is located in East New Britain Province.

Around the school, deforestation, flood and landslide occurred due to expanding plantation. In regard to the problems, teachers thought what they should do for solving the problems and inspected CFP activity of other schools. Ultimately teachers consulted with OISCA staffs and they have started CFP activities.

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Apr

2019

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OISCA coordinator teaches students how to plant seedlings.
OISCA coordinator teaches students how to plant seedlings.

Working hard despite the harsh environment!

 

GweGon Middle School is located in the extreme north of Yezagyo.

It takes about 30 minutes from the main road by motor cycle.

The barren land is not easy for growing plants due to lots of rocks.

The school teachers consulted with OISCA for improving environment around the school .OISCA staff advised the teachers to take part in CFP. Then they started CFP activities in 2017.

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Mar

2019

2019.3  Myanmar 1

Min KhantAung (12 years old) He likes the separation of garbage, and he teaches younger children to observe the rule of separating garbage.
Min KhantAung (12 years old) He likes the separation of garbage, and he teaches younger children to observe the rule of separating garbage.

School forest passed down from seniors to junior

 

 Khan Sart Post Middle School is located in the western part of Yezagyo.

Due to be barren land, they cultivate only Tanaka trees used as sunscreen instead of crops. They used to cultivate rice 20years ago, but in recent year, can’t cultivate any crops due to water shortage and unstable climate.

That’s why they started CFP in 2008 to bring back be dry land to be moist again.

The long-term activities are beginning to bear fruit. The trees have grown up bigger and have made the shade. The children are now able to study and play in the shade of trees in the schoolyard and a pleasant wind has begun to blow.

Thanks to the water tank, they can water trees even in the dry season. Consequently, the seedlings are growing steadily without withering. As for other activities, they focus on the separation of garbage. Some students practice it at home with their parents.

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