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Nature planet change children’s lives

Danish company Nature Planet is a leading supplier of quality products for zoos, aquariums, museums and family parks. Nature Planet have the ambition to make a difference for vulnerable children and donate 5% of the revenue from selected PLAN soft toy products.

Nature Planet is a valued corporate partner since 2009, making a difference for thousands of children in Indonesia and Nepal.

A HEALTHY START FOR CHILDREN IN NEPAL 2020-2022
Nature Planet will secure a healthy start in life for more than 3.700 babies and children 0-3 years old in Mackwanpur District south of Kathmandu, Nepal.
The first 1000 days in a child’s life are vital in respect to nutrition and responsive care. The project will improve the health of babies, the care of children and the respect of children’s rights and equality between boys and girls.
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Awareness session with parents group in Mackwanpur, Nepal 2020.
EX-KAMALARI SLAVE GIRLS NEPAL 2013-2020 
Nature Planet supported a project to end the local kamalari house slave practice in western Nepal – a total of 4.000 girls have been freed and supported with scholarships and livelihood since the project started.
In 2020-2021 during the covid-19 pandemic Nature Planet supports a group of 11 former slave girls with new school bags, uniforms and books as well as scholarships for private education and tuition during the lockdown
Nature Planet support girls in NepalNature Planet support girls in Nepal
COMMUNITY PROJECT NEPAL 2017 – 2019
Nature Planet improved education and health for an entire community in Nepal by donating a new school, a new health post and a new birthing center including toilets and access to clean water and electricity by solar power.
Nature Planet support schools in NepalNature Planet support schools in Nepal
EDUCATION PROJECT INDONESIA 2009 – 2016
Since 2009 Nature Planet rebuilt 16 primary schools in some of the poorest areas in Indonesia and thereby changed the life and future for thousands of children and their families.