044 / Sanur, Despasar, Bali
Mrs. Eni converted her house into a co-working establishment called Sanur Space. Numerous local communities use her house as a meeting place. The two nearby schools will supply enough readers for the Eco-Education Center which will run by her daily from 3 to 5pm. She also has knowledge about waste management and composting, and want to introduce workshop on plastic upcycling. They also do beach cleanings regularly on the nearby coast.
This Eco-Education Center is entirely funded by Josef Vítek through green-books.org’s crowdfunding campaign at startsomegood.com.
Update: We didn’t receive any feedback lately. Mrs. Eni doesn’t seem to be active in this Eco-Education Center anymore. The books will soon be relocated to another Eco-Education Center.
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