What is OISCA - Programs 


  • Children's Forest Program

    One of OISCA`s four-pillars of development that aims to educate the school children and community of the importance of the environment. Activities include tree planting, growing of vegetables and herbs organically, environmental conservation related seminars, and proper waste segregation. 

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  • Capacity Building Program


    One of OISCA`s four-pillars to development, Capacity Building is one of the cornerstones of Furusato Movement. OISCA`s 22 training centers located in 11 countries including Japan, aims to empower the youths through agriculture training, home economics, and technical skills training. Graduates of the program are expected to be the leaders and catalyst for change and help in the development of their own respective communities.

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  • Environmental Conservation Program

    With respect to the interconnectedness of the environment, economic and social development, OISCA is working on environmental mainstreaming through the rehabilitation of upland and coastal forests in collaboration with the grassroots level supplemented with environmental education campaigns including workshops and seminars.

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  • Sustainable Community Development Program

    A bottom-up approach of development with an objective of improving the quality of life of the marginalized people through the provision of livelihood programs in the developing countries.

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