Plastic Waste Courses for Children


360 Production Asia works in a country facing major environmental issues due to the plastic waste pollution.

Some believes that with this knowledge comes a responsibility.

To adress this concern we launched the Giving Back Project, presented as volunteer Fun-Filled Ecological Courses for schoolchildren.

Schoolchildren collecting discarded plastic waste in their school/living community during an environmental and upcycling - crafting activity by Julien Thomas photographer in Siem Reap.

Our courses focuses on:

Teaching local children on how to reuse plastic waste into children’s crafts.

Raising awareness about the discarded plastic waste – environmental issues in the participant’s communities.

 

Our courses aims to:

Developing kid’s creativity, teaching friendly skills, about upcycling and encouraging artwork.

Jun 2016 | Course with NGO Shine Cambodia - Otres Village
January 2015 | Course with NGO Via Del Campo - Sihanoukville.
January 2015 | Course with NGO Bomnong l'Or - Sihanoukville.
August 2017 | Course with NGO Happy Chandara - Phnom Penh

We believe that ‘Learning Through Play’ is a relevent method to work with children.

Since the young generations copy the behavior they see around them, we are trying to use that to affect change in a fun-filled and educative way.

January 2015 | Course with NGO Via Del Campo - Sihanoukville.
October 2014 | Course with NGO Maison Chance - Ho Chi Minh City.

Since we started our courses, Giving Back Project has cooperated with 11 organizations (NGOs) caring for underprivileged children in Cambodia and Vietnam.

Our Courses & Crafts for Children

FLOWERS

made from plastic waste

  • Homemade plastic waste flower created with recycled/upcycled plastic material - plastic bags during a craft and ecological children’s course in Cambodia
  • Cambodian child is wearing two hair bunches crafted with plastic waste - plastic bags during a creative and ecological children’s course in Sihanoukville
  • Giant crafted tree decorated with large multicolor flowers made from recycled plastic waste is standing under the schoolyard of Happy Chandara Secondary School
  • Cambodian schoolchild is playing - wearing on her head a large and crafted flower made from recycled plastic bags during a children's creative course at school

KITES

made from plastic waste

  • Donor's reward for the crowdfunding campaign of I Believe We Can Fly Project. His name is written on a kite for children made by a kid using plastic waste.
  • Cambodian kid playing in the schoolyard with a large and multicolor kite he made - created with plastic waste during a recycle project, course in Sihanoukville.
  • Homemade children’s kites crafted by Vietnamese schoolchildren and using plastic waste - plastic bags during a creative & ecological course in NGO Maison Chance.
  • Donor's reward for the crowdfunding campaign of I Believe We Can Fly Project. His name is written on a kite for children made by a kid using plastic waste.

PURSES

made from plastic waste

  • Finished and decorated children’s purse crafted from recycled plastic bag materials during a creative and ecological course for schoolchildren in Cambodia.
  • Student from "Toutes à L'école" NGO with her crafted purse made from plastic waste material during a creative activity and ecological course for children.
  • Finished and homemade children's purse from upcycled plastic waste material during a craft, creative and ecological course and activity for schoolchildren.
  • Multicolor children’s purse and flower made from upcycled - recycled plastic waste during a creative and craft project for underprivileged children in Cambodia.

Giving Back Project
Have Worked With

Plastics collected

Involved children

Given courses

We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.

Winston Churchill