Girls, boys and adolescents from schools in the Remansito community received, through the organization Global Infancia, training to implement the TINI (children's land, in Spanish) methodology, which makes it possible to compensate for the apathy and environmental inaction of adults with empathy and environmental action of new generations.
This consists of a space of land given to girls, boys and young people, where they lovingly raise life and biodiversity, become related to the Earth and become its ally to generate well-being for themselves and for the other people on our planet.
Girls, boys and adolescents, according to their tastes and interests, will begin to plant and build that space as they see fit.
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