Magic Parque Ecologique helping children in Togo to learn about the second life of waste materials

Magic Parque Ecologique, an environmental education centre in Togo, is teaching school children how waste can be used to make something new including pencil holders and construction materials.

The exhibition park aims to create and showcase art objects from recycled and salvaged objects. It also provides training and recreation for the community in Togo’s capital city, Lomé

For Lamid Ibrahim, the initiator of the ecological park, these objects considered useless have a second life. “They can be recycled, valued as works of art or be used for other purposes.”

Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She writes about lifestyle including sustainable and green living

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