World Peace Project in Indonesia #Japan
YSP Japan travelled to Bali, Indonesia, to support the Indonesian forest sanctuary. From March 9 – 17, YSP Japan and YSP Indonesia worked together to plant six hundred seedlings of ampupu and four hundred seedlings of Moringa. YSP Japan also shared aspects of their culture by providing an art class for Indonesian youth. Participants were able to witness the reality of endangered animals and felt an urgency to take care of the environment. The program was attended by college students, youth leaders of Japan and the youth of Indonesia. It has been eleven years since YSP Japan travelled to Kalimantan, Indonesia to plant trees. Despite this, 5,350 trees have been planted since 2008. The young people are passionate about enhancing the lush environment of Indonesia. Participants realized how important it is to care for our environment as global leaders. The program was made possible with the support of the “One Coin Project” and other donations from generous individuals.