About Roots & Shoots

The Roots & Shoots programme is a youth-driven network under the Jane Goodall Institute. Its network branches out across the globe and serves as a platform for youths to create positive differences to the community and environment. Here, youths get a chance to voice their ideas and organise campaigns and events that reach out to the communities.

Mission of Roots and Shoots:
To foster respect and compassion for all living things, to promote understanding of all cultures and beliefs and to inspire each individual to take action to make the world a better place for people, animals and the environment.

Goals of Roots and Shoots
• To implement positive change through active learning about, caring for and interacting with the environment
• To demonstrate care and concern for all animals
• To enhance understanding among individuals of different cultures, ethnic groups, religions, socio-economic levels and nations through our global communications network
• To help young people develop self-respect, confidence in themselves and hope for the future

Roots & Shoots Day@Ubin with students from RGS & Dr Jane

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2 responses to “About Roots & Shoots

  1. Is there any programmes for primary school kids in Singapore with regards to the above? In what way can young children contribute? What is the suitable age to participate in such activities? Who do I approach for such activities? Pls advise. Thanks

  2. Hi,

    I brought my students for the Dr. Jane Goodall Talk at Hwa Chong. The students thoroughly enjoyed the entertaining talk. However, as a teacher, I need more guidance as to how to enrol my students in this programme and what activities they can be engaged in. Is there a possibility of a sharing session being arranged?

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