Waste management is one of the problems in almost every country especially for large cities that have high waste products such as Jakarta which can produce 6 thousand – 7 thousand tons of waste a day and the number continues to increase every year.
The government itself has been struggling very hard to campaign from village to cities for cleanliness and the use of recyclable waste in order to reduce the final disposal burden. Today, many people tend to use plastic as a disposable container then immediately throw it away without knowing and being aware of the difficulties of the subsequent recycling process. All of the rubbish was brought and placed in the biggest final dump in Jakarta called Bantargebang landfill.
OIA in collaboration with SHINE Foundation (Sustainable Hyper-platform of the Indonesian Network of Educators) which is a social entrepreneur in the field of education that aims to empower learners and educators through improving the quality and accessibility of education in Indonesia. Educational programs provided include themes related to global problems that touch the basic foundations of human life, one of which is the problem of waste & health.
to create a sustainable impact & awareness on the main global problems experienced daily