In February 2013, thirty PCI children performed in a play about the environment. This cute piece of theatre was held in Olifant International School and was an open-house event. The storyline conveyed both the beauty of living on a riverbank and the problems faced in this environment. In this way, the children (and the audience!) learned that conserving this environment is crucial for the people living there.
This play was performed in the early stages of PCI, and we were thrilled and grateful to work with the Olifant School professionals of child education. Special thanks also goes to Prianka Rama, the young “Kricak” man who wrote the story out of concern for his kampung and the students of STMIK AMIKOM Yogyakarta, who created the colorful costumes entirely from recycled materials.