MAKU and Humanism Foundation organises Plantation drive at Kumbi

Pothashang News Service: Kumbi, August 18, 2018: Matingleiba Kumbichasing (MAKU) and Humanism Foundation has jointly conducted a mega mass Plantation drive cum awareness rally at Kumbi under Bishnupur district today.
Around 2000 saplings were planted during the mega mass tree plantation drive, which was participated by around 500 people from schools, colleges, local governing body (Kumbi Municipal Council) and local clubs from Kumbi Assembly constituency.
The plantation drive was conducted under the theme “live green and let green live” and the main objective was to create the awareness about the importance of preventing trees among the people of the locality.
Managing Trustee of Humanism Foundation, Wahengbam Rorrkychand Singh said that Kumbi is one such village where
all the three valuable gifts of nature – land, river and hills are available; and it is the duty of the people of the Kumbi to preserve and protect the precious gifts. The plantation drive is a call to all the stakeholders of this Assembly Constituency to plant tree and protect our environemnt.
Co-ordinator of MAKU, Wahengbam Rajiv Meetei said that the voluntary organisation (MAKU) will organise tree plantation programmes across the assembly segment and will take the responsibility to maintain the planted saplings till full grown.

MAKU and Humanism Foundation organises Plantation drive at Kumbi

Kumbi, August 18: Matingleiba Kumbichasing (MAKU) and Humanism Foundation has jointly conducted a mega mass Plantation drive cum awareness rally at Kumbi under Bishnupur district today.
Around 2000 saplings were planted during the mega mass tree plantation drive, which was participated by around 500 people from schools, colleges, local governing body (Kumbi Municipal Council) and local clubs from Kumbi Assembly constituency.
The plantation drive was conducted under the theme “live green and let green live” and the main objective was to create the awareness about the importance of preventing trees among the people of the locality.
Managing Trustee of Humanism Foundation, Wahengbam Rorrkychand Singh said that Kumbi is one such village where
all the three valuable gifts of nature – land, river and hills are available; and it is the duty of the people of the Kumbi to preserve and protect the precious gifts. The plantation drive is a call to all the stakeholders of this Assembly Constituency to plant tree and protect our environemnt.
Co-ordinator of MAKU, Wahengbam Rajiv Meetei said that the voluntary organisation (MAKU) will organise tree plantation programmes across the assembly segment and will take the responsibility to maintain the planted saplings till full grown.






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