OISCAOrganization for Industrial, Spiritual and Cultural Advancement, International
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The assistance of OISCA in the silk farming industry in the Philippines has come a long way, carrying out sericulture support business in the Negros Island for more than 20 years.
Watanabe said the trees were planted by Oisca volunteers from Japan and Bago in 1987 as symbols of friendship between the Japanese and the people of Bago and the Philippines.
OISCA is responsible for the Coastal Forest Restoration Project in Natori and the only entity that is involved in such a project.
'JAL Miles For Eco' is an environment-related campaign launched by the airline in June 2006, which enables members of its frequent flyer program, JAL Mileage Bank (JMB), to make donations using miles from their accounts to the non-profit organization OISCA.
In 2000, OISCA launched the project in a bid to green 1,000 hectares of land in Inner Mongolia where desertification is accelerating due to excessive grazing, which is blamed for yellow sand falling on Japan and other places.
OISCA, a Japanese NGO established in 1961 with its headquarters in Tokyo, has been carrying out various projects and activities in t: environment conservation, capacity building, agricultural development and Children's Forest Program in 36 different countries and areas mostly in the Asian Pacific Region.
After touring the Oisca facility, we went to May's Organic Garden and Restaurant in Pahanocoy, Bacolod City.
* Established in 1961, the OISCA Japan Foundation, which has a long history in environmental conservation activities, works mainly in the Asia-Pacific region in contributing to Humanity's environmentally sustainable development through a holistic approach emphasizing the interconnectedness of agriculture, ecological integrity, and the human spirit.
Negrense Thelma Watanabe said on her Facebook post on July 6 that the acacia trees were planted 31 years ago by members of Organization for Industrial Spiritual and Cultural Advancement (OISCA) from Japan as a sign of friendship between the Japanese group and the people of Bago.
Silk made by Organization for Industrial, Spiritual and Cultural Advancement (OISCA) training center in Bago City in Negros Occidental formed part of the fabric of the barong that was made by renowned fashion designer Paul Cabral and which won praises.
The forest will be planted under the auspices of the Organisation for Industrial, Spiritual and Cultural Advancement-International ('OISCA').