Supported by the Segal Family Foundation, the Nanje Nobaho Center, created by JSBM since 2020, mentors young people who are carrying out unprecedented climate action in the locality of Buterere.
Arclaine Hashimwiyaturagiye and her friends make different styles of furniture and decoration from plastic waste. Here are the photos of ecological furniture to protect our environment and satisfy our furniture and decoration needs for our living rooms.
Transformed from plastic waste, these pieces of furniture represent an effective recycling solution and a revolution in our fight against climate change.
According to Ndayikurungikiye Fabrice, one of the young environmental activists at the NANJE NOBAHO center, “For some, plastic is waste; but for me, it’s a resource. At JSBM, I learned to turn problems into opportunities.”
t is our hope that the more the younger generation takes an interest in issues related to their daily lives and affecting their future as global citizens, the more positive changes there will be through their actions.