Projects

SEEDS

Using trees as a source of empowerment, this project stretches aims to make the environment more resilient to natural disasters, to prevent deforestation and support biological diversity.

Local families are empowered through new
knowledge and sources of income. The project will self generate funds to support more
children to attend school and projects to further empower women.

This project started during 2016 when 230 trees were planted in a CARBON POSITIVE program by The Royal Beach Camp, who compensated for the flight emissions of all their students travelling to Nepal.

As in all our projects, people from different cultures meet, work and share their skills. Youth are involved in a hands-on way, learning, sharing and becoming ambassadors for a sustainable future.

Big thanks to The Royal Beach Camp and the dedicated students at Realgymnasiet.

 


RECYCLING CENTERS

Using trash as a source of empowerment, we have created a trash management system and built recycling centers for the locals in the central Nepali village of Katauti.

This project will support the villagers to keep a healthier environment, stop burning toxic waste and generate income to the local Womens’ Group. The trash that can not be recycled will be sold to factories who reuse the materials.

As in all our projects, people from different cultures meet and work together. Youth are involved in a hands-on way, learning, sharing
and becoming ambassadors for a sustainable future.

Big thanks to The Royal Beach Camp and the dedicated students at Realgymnasiet.


NEPAL BACK ON TRACK

This project was a response to the 2015 earthquake. Together with dedicated travel operators we created a trip to the remote village of Sydaul in central Nepal to support and inspire the villagers in their efforts to rebuild. The project entailed a school rebuild, supporting the small health centre with knowledge and materials, showing the potential to develop tourism in the village, inspiring local school students and showing the importance of trash management.

As in all our projects, people from different cultures met and worked together. Youth were involved in a hands-on way, learning, sharing and becoming ambassadors for a sustainable future.

Big thanks to The Search Adventures, The Royal Beach Camp, sponsors, participants and the dedicated students at Grimslövs Folkhögskola.

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SUPPORTING REMOTE SCHOOLS

Supporting school children in small, remote schools with school materials shows the value of education to children in these areas. The children come from poor families and lack the income and knowledge to give the children the support they need. This small action we hope can inspire the children to continue their studies. We also hope to involve these schools in our other projects in the future.

This project has been student driven and is a fantastic way for children and youth to meet,  inspiring each other for the future.

Big thanks to the students at Realgymnasiet.

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