News

  •  The students after the community clean-up drive.

    Children Forest Program-Nature Camp Held at Langsat Primary School in Ranau, Sabah

    Dec 12, 2011

    A three-day environmental camp was held on the 11th -13th of December at Langsat Primary School in Ranau joined by 126 students from the nine different CFP schools within Sabah, Malaysia. During the event, the participants joined in the series of activities organized by the staff of KPD/OISCA Youth Training Center in Tenom mainly for the purpose of educating, involving and raising environmental awareness among the participants.

    Read More
     
  • H.E.Mr. Joe Oliver, Minister of Natural Resources, Canada and Mr. Eiji Suzuki, Chairman, Association for Disaster Recovery in Natori City, Japan.

    Canadian Natural Resources Minister Visited OISCA Coastal Forest Restoration Project Site in Miyagi Pref. Japan

    Nov 30, 2011

    Canadian government delegation led by H.E.Mr. Joe Oliver, Minister of Natural Resources, on a working visit to Japan in early November, went on November 12  to Miyagi Prefecture, one of the March disaster-hit areas, to inspect the unloading of the Canadian timber that arrived at the Sendai Port for the first time after the disaster.

    Read More
     
  • Plaque of Appreciation awarded by the Department of Education (DepEd)

    The Department of Education (DepEd) of the Philippines, Division of Quezon Confers Award to OISCA Philippines

    Nov 29, 2011

    The Department of Education (DepEd) of the Philippines, Division of Quezon awarded Plaques of Appreciation to government and non-government organizations that assisted the schools in the Province.  OISCA was one of the organizations that were presented with the award last 23rd of November 2011 in Tayabas City, Quezon Province.  Officers of Division of Quezon led by Ms. Gloria P. Potes, CESO VI, spearheaded the ceremony with "Volunteerism and Partnership" as this year's theme.

    Read More
     
  • Staff of the Chubu Regional Forest Office while showing the alpine vegetations and discussing the importance of species biodiversity.

    OISCA Japan joined in the 5th Annual Gakkarin Summit held in Matsumoto City, Nagano Prefecture

    Aug 9, 2011

    OISCA Japan joined in the 5th Annual Gakkorin and Yuyu-no-Mori Children Summit that was held in Matsumoto, Nagano, Japan on the 4th and 5th of August. Gakkorin and Yuyu-no-Mori which means school forests are forests that can be used for educational purposes. The Gakkorin Summit spearheaded by Gakkorin Yuyu no Mori Children Summit Committee in which OISCA International is one of the core members is participated by 20 schools mostly from Hokkaido, Nagasaki, Aichi and Nagano Prefecture.

    Read More