Tue

20

Jun

2017

2017. June CFP Cambodia 1

Prior to tree planting, briefing by coordinators
Prior to tree planting, briefing by coordinators

 

Let’s protect the disappearing nature of FURUSATO

 

 

   The school is located 2 km away from the village and is surrounded by rice fields. The whole school is carrying out environmental protection activities, and the participating students are enthusiastically taking care of the seedlings planted. Thanks to the daily efforts of the children, the 110 seedlings planted in 2016 are growing well. They planted such trees as Afzelia Xylocarpa, Cassia Fistula and teak. Afzelia Xylocarpa is almost gone because of deforestation. Through planting these local tree species, the children are recognizing the original richness of nature. 

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Tue

20

Jun

2017

2017. June CFP Cambodia 2

Challenging organic farming
Challenging organic farming

 

Just joined CFP!

 

 This school is located in a peaceful countryside about 5 km away from the national road. Since it is on the high ground, there is no flooding damage even during the rainy season.  There are no trees for shade in the schoolyard, and CFP activities started in 2016 in the wake of the call by the school principal for planting trees. 

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Mon

15

Jun

2015

2015.6 Camnbodia-1

learning environment and practicing


About 750 students of Deum Kokoh Primary School, Damril Primary School and Damril Secondary School joined the environmental workshop and the planting trees. They learned how to separate garbage or pant the trees in the workshop. After that, they planted about 550 trees.

 

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Thu

08

Nov

2012

【Cambodia】 HAPPY HAPPY Program

Tuol Trea chool was established in 1979 and is located in the rubber plantation area. The pupils know only the rubber plant and are not aware of any other kinds of forestry trees. In the school compound has only one tree variety so they needed some variety to plant in their school compounds.

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Tue

03

Jul

2012

Green Wave 2012 report from Cambodia

Tropearng Reusey Primary School in Cambodia joined the Green Wave this year. Before the Green Wave day, the environmental workshop was held and children studied about many environmental issues such as importance of recycling, global warming, and technique of tree planting.

In the morning of 22nd May, 439 children gathered to participate in the Green Wave action. The total of 400 tree seedlings was planted this time (245 Neang Noun seedlings, 60 Beng seedlings, 2 Kror Nhung seedlings, 50 Kohkos seedlings, 43 Sokrom seedlings). The seedlings planted this time were forestry trees that children rarely see in their community, so OISCA staff explained the name of each tree and the reason to plant them.

Their Green Wave action has been registered to the Green Wave Website. Their action became a part of the “Green Wave”!

 

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