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.
AETA: Believed to be the earliest inhabitants of the Philippines. Now they live scattered on the island of Luzon. IUVA is going Philippines. On the 19th of May, 3 teachers from SOTA will be going IUVA to recce Cabangan, a district in the Province of Zambales, North of Manila. Our main focus is to visit […]Read More Recce visit to Philippine’s AETA Village
Singapore- It was late night when the prompt in FB shared an appeal from Ismail. This young man from Medan was inspired to alleviate the education status of children living at the coastal of Deli Serdang, village of Percut. It reminds me of my experience visiting one of the fishing village of Belawan. It was […]Read More IUVA supports Rumah Baca Bakau
Basitang-From a small cabin that was built on a ridge, one could see the devastating impact of forest encroachment done by illegal planting of palm oil.A sad reminder of man’s greediness that ultimately could eliminate other species that rely on humans to coexist. Since 2006, the community of Halaban has fought tooth and grit literally […]Read More IUVA committed to reforestation
Singapore: In a weeks time, reforestation program at Basitang will kickstart SOTA’s Biodiversity project in North Sumatra. 13 of its students will make the forest of Gunung Leuser National Park (GLNP) as their home for 13 days as part of its Conservation of Orangutan and Preservation of Forest of GLNP. Their first main objective of […]Read More Students ready to toil the soil at Basitang