• Reg no: 19/IV/2022
  • info[at}alarmo[dot]in
  • Thalassery, Kerala

Urava(ഉറവ)

camp day 1
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children interacts and play with mentor
image from exposure visit to Gurukula
image from camp where children makes bioenzyme
children making art work with newspaper
Adv. Sruthi interacts with children about environmental laws
child drawing picture about their dream forest
children watching our planet series
children sharing their knowledge about different wild fruits and medicinal plants
children completing tasks for treasure hunt trial run
children collecting trash
bottlefilling during treasure hunt
group picture of children on last day of camp
Ice breaking session- Camp day 01
A walk out to nature- Camp day 02
Splash in the stream- Camp day 03
Self-awareness test game - Camp day 04
Exposure visit to Gurukula garden- Camp day 05
Little experiments to learn- Camp day 06
Creative art with newspaper- Camp day 07
Learning about law- Camp day 08
Presenting the dream forest- Camp day 09
Our Planet, movie time- Camp day 10
Sharing knowledge- Camp day 11
Team work matters- Camp day 12
Let's pick the trash- Camp day 13
In search of treasure- Camp day 14
Come on say cheese- Camp day 15
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Urava means the beginning of a water flow and here we refer it as the starting to our initiative.

Urava is a scholarship  project with children. Through this project, we are initiating to unlock the potential within our children. During the project, they are going to explore their connection with nature through arts, camps, and a lot more activities. They are going to reconnect with nature to learn the importance to conserve it. The one year program is designed as a three phase journey refering  to the different stages of water flow from stream then river then ends in the sea.

          

Track the Trash

trach being dumped in a hill area
image taken during beach clean up at sankumukam beach with Sustera team
Trash dumped at outskirts of city
waterbody in trivandrum with trash
beach clean up at calicut
Trash dumped in Kanakamala hill side in Kannur
Beach clean up at Sankumukam with Sustera foundation
Trash dumped in the public space in Trivandrum
The trash dumped in river in Trivandrum
beach Clean up drive at Calicut with Sustera foundation

Trash means something refused and it becomes a trouble when it is not managed properly. Trash can become a threat to the entire ecosystem so it is very important to have sustainable methods to manage the trash. If you want to manage the trash first of all you should be aware of the different categories of trash and how to segregate them.

Through the project track the trash we are planning to work with different communities in Kerala on training them on trash management which includes tracking the trash, segregating, and disposing of it.

Currently, we are working on the first phase of this project which is research to find the challenges in trash management in Kerala where we want to hear from the public, government and other stakeholders related to the trash management sector.