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Class: One, Two, three, Four & five (80 Students)
Eventual partners of co-operation: teaching staff & group of volunteers.
Contact person : Surood MF Ahmad,
On 22 May, 2009 from 9:00 am, 80 students started planting 50 Olive trees with assistance some group of Volunteers (Member of Iraqi MP, Police Officer of Rahimawa police station & youth groups). also I put names of Students on the trees so each one can take care of his or her tree.
Iraqi Alamal Association- Kirkuk
Monday, May 25, 2009
Sunday, May 24, 2009
A) Your school name: Buca Anadolu Lisesi TR 05
B) Your city: Izmir
C) Your country: TURKEY
we are going to take up tree plantation activity as continuous process atleast once in a month in a big way.
I will send all the reports.
In India schools reopen on first week of June.
summer vocations for students from last week APRIL to First WEEK of June every year.
With best wishes
Mr. David &ENO Tree Plantation's Team in India
Siri Sri Lan
We, in India celebrated the World Forest Day with our students getting them to spend the whole day in the forest, making their own huts with their bed sheets and bamboos. In this way we wanted that they may come in direct contact of mother nature, and while spending the whole day away from cell phones, TV and other household comforts of material life. They could listen the music of the birds and trees. They arranged for their meals themselves under the supervision of teachers. They also started the process of planting trees. Though the rainy season has not set in, in India so the plantation would go up to August, 2009. We shall plant two hundred fifty hard wood trees on Government barren lands near to our institution. The Distt. Forest Deptt. Roopnagar would help us providing the plants. We hereby attached the photographs. The students belonging to snap no. 7192 – Amazon Group stood first for all forest activities such as searching for different kind of plants, species, woods, stones and making huts with minimum help from the forest. Group Nile , snap no. 7193 stood second & group Yangtze snap no. 7190 stood third.
I hope you will find the activities very interesting. Your valuable advise is required.
Sahibzada Ajit Singh Academy
Residential School (Both for Boys & Girls)
Simran Nagar, Morinda Road,
Roopnagar – 140001
Saturday, May 23, 2009
We have been very happy to participate at the ENO Tree Planting Day 2009 . We planted 2 trees : an "orange" tree in the school area and a "Thuya" tree (tetraclinis) outside school. The students were very enthusiastic to participate for the first time to an international evenement. They were handling the plants with utmost care and awareness and they watered them at the end of the activity.
Jil Al Moustakbal school Beni mellal Morrocco.
We gathered at school ( Al-Dasma Inter. School for Girls ), three teachers; a science teacher ( Mrs. Rawda Alazemy ), the Local Coordinator of UNESCO ( Mrs. Huda Dashti ) and me ( Miss Shirin AlKhass ), there were also five nine graders ( Mariam Rashed, Zainab Hayder, Fatima Al Najar, Rawan Alazemy and Laila Nabeel ) they are the group which started our urban garden along with the science teacher, by the way the garden is amazing with lots of nice vegetables.
We went together to buy the ten trees from the nurseries, we chose many kinds of trees like: figs, lemon, oranges, olives, strawberry, guava and tangerine. All of them are fruitful trees and they also suit our weather.
After buying the plants, and we went to our destination, Al Furat Kindergarten, the reason of choosing this place is to make young children take part in planting trees to feel the importance of trees to the environment and to let young children in the coming years enjoy the shade and fruit of these trees. Before we started planting trees, we talked to the young children about the importance of trees, then at noon we started planting the trees, it was fun although it was so hot.
Wishing the world a better environment.
Shirin AlKhass - Kuwait
Eucalipto (hojas) Nombre común: Eucalipto Nombre científico: Eucalyptus globulus Labill.
Sonia Hurtado Betetta
Juana Ruiz Valverde
Julia Torres Romaní
Director : Jaime Alvarado.
Profesoras de la I.E. José Olaya Balandra
Friday, May 22, 2009
B) Your city AGUADILLA
C) Your country PUERTO RICO
School name : Watpongkonsow school
City : Kaengkhoi, Saraburi
Country : THAILAND
Today we are happy at Pongkonsow forest Saraburi province. The chairman of GLOBE Program Thailand and 9 officers were join with 38 students and 5 teachers from Watpongkonsow school and 10 students 2 teachers from Jatukarm school Nakonratchasima province,we planted 120 number 12 type of trees . We had a very beautiful speek from the GLOBE Program Thailand Chairman. We hope the trees are help and still the Biodiversity in the Earth, evironment and life are sustainability.