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  • 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.

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  • The students who are participating in the organized study tour in the mangrove project site.

    OISCA Mangrove Reforestation Site in Barangay Dardarat, Cabugao Ilocos Sur in the Philippines Received Award

    Jun 18, 2011

    The Provincial Government of Ilocos Sur in the Philippines presented to Barangay Dardarat Municipality of Cabugao the Hall of Fame Award after receiving the Best in Coastal Resource Management and having the highest production of Aqua Culture for three consecutive years. According to Barangay Captain Danilo Garcia of Barangay Dardarat, it is attributed to the maintenance of the 10 hectare mangrove vegetation along the coastline of the barangay.

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  • Secretary-General Nagaishi with Ambassador Manuel Lopez and Consul General Sulpicio M. Confiado with the plaque of appreciation.

    OISCA Received Award from His Excellency Ambassador Manuel M. Lopez of the Philippine Embassy

    Jun 16, 2011

    OISCA received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Embassy of the Philippines to Japan to recognize the supports and contributions of OISCA to the Filipino Communities affected by the March 11 calamity especially in Tohoku Region. The awarding ceremony was held on the 11th of June at Japan Education Center in Tokyo by His Excellency Ambassador Manuel M. Lopez and Consul General Sulpicio M. Confiado.

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  • Filipino volunteer and Ms. Emi Takada of the Tokyo Headquarters putting nets in the planted seedlings.

    OISCA Supports the International Year of Forest on its 5th Annual Tree Planting in Mount Fuji

    Jun 13, 2011

    Tokyo Based diplomats, OISCA members, OISCA supporters and OISCA Training Center staffs and trainees gather together at the 1,500-1,600 meter altitude in the northern foothills of Mount Fuji in Yamanashi Prefecture for the 5th Annual Tree Planting activity organized by OISCA Japan on the 4th of June, 2011.

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