R.O.L.E. Foundation - Bali
Last modified: 2016-08-02 22:32:00
Founded in 2007, R.O.L.E. Foundation was created for the environment; we are dedicated to help protect and preserve all aspects of environment in Indonesia.
R.O.L.E. Foundation is firmly committed to attain the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Women's Skills Education
The Women's Skills Education Program presents a free community centre providing classes for literacy, English language, basic life and work skills, and vocational skills to local women in need, allowing them to access employment and achieve sustainable income.
Small-scale artisans have historically played an essential role in Balinese society producing specialized cultural items such as textiles, baskets and medicines using only natural ingredients and materials. These informal income activities were usually performed by women, to help support their families.
Natural-dye work fetches a premium in the local and international textile market. However the decline of dyeing skills and traditional knowledge of plant dyes in Bali continues in spite of their ongoing value locally and amongst regional and international designers and collectors.
Beach Cleaning Training
it is often found that the beach cleaners do not do a thorough job of removing the rubbish because they lack a detailed educated about environmental protection. Therefore, R.O.L.E. provides free education to a current number of 70 beach cleaners.
Waste Management Engineers Program
Bobby is R.O.L.E. Foundation new student. He comes from a small Island in Sumatra, called Banana’s Island. He started since few weeks the Waste Management Program to acquire important knowledge on good governance and sustainable farming. His objective for the future is to spread this healthy and sustainable life style to the villages in his Island and introduce them a new way to look at the nature and the system.
Children Environmental, Diet & Exercise Education Program
we invited some orphanages to take part of our Eco-Tour. The Eco-Park’s experience has to become a free opportunity for every kids because every of them deserve entertainment and knowledge
Soap For Hope
“Soap for Hope” program aims to recycle some of the 75 tonnes of slightly used soap discarded by the hospitality industry across Bali. R.O.L.E. Foundation collects the soap, sanitizes and reworks it, including adding organic fragrances such as lemon grass, and then distributes it to orphanages, the elderly and disadvantaged of Bali for free.
The Eco Ambassador team is very excited to reveal this term's Community-based Permaculture Workshop Series! All Saturday sessions include hands-on applications of the course content, are children-friendly, and give their students the opportunity to share and reinforce what they are learning!
Keywords: Bali, Indonesia, Environment, Education, Sustainability, Permaculture, Waste Management, Nusa Dua, Bukit, Volunteer, Eco-Tourism, Local, Coastal, Tradition, Weaving, Social Business