Today we had 12 children from Asian International School of Bali doing our waste-to-wonder program. So much fun:… Read More
EcoPark Tours in April were organized for kids from Papua. In our Eco Park, we hosted 210 students from YPJ School in Papua . All the groups had chance to explore Eco Park in Nusa Dua with our Eco Tour Guide Pak Ketut. Pak Ketut explained the importance of recycling, kids learned about reforestation and plant nursing, tried our Jamu, helped our weavers with making scarves and we offered them some healthy refreshments, such as lemon grass tea and fruits. At he end of the tour, we invited students to plant new trees in our Park.
12th March, 2015 Maxus Global Media:
We had such a fun time with Maxus Global Media at our EcoPark! As part of their retreat, they learned more about the environment and local community, and what they can do for a greener and more sustainable Bali!
19th March, 2015 Eco-Kids Program:
Reuse, reduce, recycle. Little kids are so cool! Their wide-eyed enthusiasm for life and nature is refreshing and contagious. We had the pleasure of hosting a local childcare centre from Seminyak – 23 kids and 10 adults.
We heard stories, answered questions, planted seeds and talked with snails! And we all agreed that keeping Bali beautiful is something that ALL of us need to do!
23rd March, 2015 Eco-Kids Program:
25 children from Sanur Independent School took the Interactive, Environmental, Diet and Exercise Educational Tour of our Eco-Park, headed up by their environmentally minded leader/teacher Mr Jared. The children also enjoyed a tree planting and an organic meal.
Will our children inherit a world of grey skies, brown oceans full of junk with no marine life, and lands with no trees or wildlife? Not if our Eco Kids Program has anything to do with it!
R.O.L.E. Foundation kicks off it’s Eco Kids Program for 2015 on March 4th, 2015.
School Awareness Visit by R.O.L.E. Foundation, Sanur Independent School, 9am to 10am.
Mr Jared from the Sanur Independent School (SIS) called R.O.L.E. in to give an interactive presentation on the current situation of the waste in Bali and Indonesia, R.O.L.E.’s role, and what the students could do to play their part. There were approximately 80 Grade 5 students plus the senior grades. The SIS School is in a very clean condition with waste management systems in place. The children are well trained at home and at school about waste separation and safe disposal. Big thanks to the parents and the SIS teachers under principal Mr Mark Star.
A star was born with R.O.L.E. Foundation’s Intern, Tim Aeberli, being a natural presenter.
40 students from a private school in Bogor, West Java took part in the Interactive Environmental Education Tour of R.O.L.E.’s Eco Park, 2pm to 3pm.
Additionally, the Grade 8 students of the Junior & Senior High School Sekolah Bogor Raya, West Java visited R.O.L.E.’s Eco Park as part of their school trip to Bali. The 40 students learned about the importance of recycling, discovered the many plants and herbs in the Eco Park, and tasted fresh Jamu juice. The tour helped the students to complete their biology class assignments. Afterwards, students enjoyed the scenic views and fresh fruit at the top of the Eco Park.