To prevent ever-increasing urbanisation, it is necessary to teach humans the importance of lifelong love of and connection to nature.
To prevent ever-increasing urbanisation, it is necessary to teach humans the importance of lifelong love of and connection to nature. Because, being away from nature distances one away from himself. In recent years, where technology has taken over most of our times, the essence of hard work and interactions with nature has been forgotten.
Having contact with nature will bring people closer to themselves. Just like continuous care for the baby will increase the child’s sense of well-being; by watering the flowers in the ribbon, they will also learn a crucial life lesson – that it takes continuous hard work to achieve something good.
“Children who are already learning to plant flowers are the future tree planters.”
The project is conducted with children from the same region. After the informative discussions with orphans about plants, soil and our link with nature, children plant the flowers in the pot and gift them to their mothers. After they are taught the rules of how to care for flowers, children get split into groups and make nature drawings while having conversation about it. At the end, each child receives a brochure and a sapling that summarizes what they have learned in the project.