Majulah Community is a local community initiative project to promote resilient youth inspired to do more for community and environment. Project Leuser is a part of the Project Peduli which they have set up as an outreach program for youth. IUVA with its green project, Nature For Change, seems to be a good partnership in […]Read More Project Peduli By Majulah.IUVA and NFC support.
On the 19th of March 2016, 4 teachers from SOTA arrived at the village of Timbang Lawan, district of Bohorok, Sumatra. This assessment trip was to prepare and familiarise the teachers with the project of Nature for Change(NFC) and to get to know the community and crew. They were joined by 2 members of Singapore’s […]Read More Recce 2- North Sumatra
Its inception was on the 22nd April 2015,in conjunction of Earth Day. Before this, I had been involved in few programs to conserve and protect forest and animals in the areas of Gunung Leuser National Park. I have seen the challenges and the issues. I have participated in bringing solutions. But I feel that there […]Read More Nature For Change- For People, For Nature.
20 students and 2 teachers had a different kind community service program by joining Restoration staff to plant trees at Gunung Leuser National Park in North Sumatra. The group spent 8 days in challenging environment of rainforest to meet their mission to plant as many trees to rejuvenate a degraded land. They were trained to […]Read More Raffles Institution starts ‘Rejuvenating the Forest Project’ in Sumatra
Medan- After 13 days spending time in the forest of Leuser National Park, Sumatra, Students of SOTA finally reached Medan in their final leg of their journey to acquire knowledge of biodiversity and appreciating nature.With minimal necessities available and within reach, students were pushed to their limits in being versatile and flexible in adapting to […]Read More Students sowed the seeds of wisdom
Gunung Leuser National Park is a national park covering 7,927 km² in northern Sumatra, Indonesia, straddling the border of North Sumatra and Aceh provinces. The national park, named after Mount Leuser (3,381 m), protects a wide range of ecosystems. An orangutan sanctuary of Bukit Lawang is located inside the park. Together with Bukit Barisan Selatan […]Read More Gunung Leuser National Park
Students ready to toil the soil at Basitang.Read More Students ready to toil the soil at Basitang