Planting Indigenous Trees
“We are a global movement of green dreamers.
We want to be the change that we dream to see in the world of our future generation to come.
We are therefore working to educate the young people; the youth and children in schools who are the future of this mother planet.”
Friends of Green Communities
What we envision
PLANTING INDIGENOUS TREES and plants
Our goal is to plant 200,000 per year:
Herbal trees (mosquito repellants) and
Provide innovative learning concepts
• Learning by doing
• Project work
• Creating the own
USING THE STRENGTH OF THE COUNTRY TO GIVE A PERSPECTIVE TO THE YOUTH
potential of the young
population with digital
affinity and let’s save
the environment by
CREATING NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLb PARTNERSHIPS
create a broad sense
of urgency for topics
like climate change,
protecting the environ-
ment and fighting
International School Partnerships
We propose a concept that aims to involve the children and that is designed as a long-term and sustainable project work.
We want to create awareness and a sense of urgency not only among the children and their parents, but also within the communities. Such projects are important to sensitize the next generation on issues such as climate change and the UN SDGs.
The children can be introduced to these topics in a playful way and with the appropriate activities, they can grasp them and by taking over the responsibility, they become the portal for the change.
The next step could be to include topics like ‘Organic Agriculture’, the protection of the environment’ and the ‘important role of smallholders’ in the school’s curriculum.
the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have
to decide what kind of difference you want to make.”