Rubbish Cleaning, 100 Mangrove Trees Planting & Seedling

7th February 2015
Our task today is to plant 100 mangrove trees. Before that, we clean up rubbish on the planting site. The trees was carry by PIFWA by their van from seedling site to the planting site. We divided into two team and standing by at both location, one team loading at seedling site while another one team unloading at planting site. After the trees unload from van, we carried it into middle of mangrove area where that place suitable for planting. All required equipment carried along into the planting site. We digging hole, cutting of polybag, placing the mangrove trees at suitable area and finally fill the hole with mud.

8th February 2015
Our task today is to seedling. The seedling site is just around 4km from Small Education Centre. We went there by van which drove by Mr Illias. Mr Illias have a small briefing with us before we start to seedling. He distribute polybag to us and at the same time he shown us the way to open up and fold the polybag before fill with mud. The seedling area is muddy. All the process are using bare hand to dig the mud and fill it into the poly bag.The filled poly bag to be arrange accordingly. After that the fruit of mangrove trees in stick shape to be spike into the poly bag.

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Comentarios

Imagen de Eugenia Enríquez

Good job!!!

Imagen de Mamta Swarnkar D.T.C

Enjoy the simple things....

Imagen de Lee Hooi Hooi (20332)
from Malaysia, hace 5 años

Project Period

Started On
Saturday, February 7, 2015
Ended On
Sunday, February 8, 2015

Topics

Youth Programme

SDG

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