Project Protect Himalayas

Project Protect Himalayas

Highlights: 
  • To promote environmental awareness among students of various government schools in this remotely located region
  • To check soil erosion through tree plantation in the landslide affected area.
  • To involve students in planting and nourishment of trees
  • To expand support to flood victims of June 2013 disaster

5000

Trees

4000

Students

95%

Survival

100+

Schools

Introducing the plantation drive among the school children has created a sustainable environment within the community along with the urge of doing something for Mother Nature. A total of more than 4000 students were engaged in the Protect Himalayas Program. Our team also continued to organize tree plantation campaign in various governmental schools near the project location. While organizing these camps we also focused on educating people about soil erosion and global warming and how to maintain the environmental balance.

“I will plant and nurture trees and will ensure my parents, my sisters and brothers plant trees and my neighbors also plant trees. ” - Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Former President of India