• Background

In Bali an estimated 5000 tonnes of waste is illegally dumped each day. Most waste is either burned or dumped illegally into the drains, gullies, rivers and oceans. Health risks associated with these methods of disposal include the spread of diseases through unmanaged solid and liquid waste (including feces), bacterial illness (diarrhea, skill infections), parasites, and respiratory illnesses, particularly for children, who are especially vulnerable to the toxicity of burning plastics and other waste. Bali’s children are particularly at risk. The environment we create today will be the inheritance of future generations.

  • Our Program

Educating kids is in integral to ensuring long-term environmental stewardship and sustainable futures for all. Eco-Kids is Role’s Interactive Environment, Diet and Exercise Program for children. The program teaches awareness of environmental issues, diet, nutrition, health and exercise. Students learn to Reduce, Re-use and Recycle. Eco-Kids program teaches differentiation of waste (organic, recyclable and non-recyclable), composting, vermiculture, organic farming and reforestation, as well as the nutrition and exercise. Free to students 5-16yrs from public schools, orphanages, special schools and other non-profit foundations.







  • Role provides Transportation (To and From Island Sustainability Education Centre (ISEC))
  • Interactive Educational Tour of the 1.5ha Island Sustainability Education Centre (ISEC)
  • Indoor/Outdoor
  • Environmental Awareness Class
  • Diet & Nutrition Class
  • Health & Exercise Activities
  • Organic Meal & Drink
  • PRIMARY, SECONDARY and SENIOR versions (1/2 to full-day)
  • Students appreciate the interrelatedness of environmental health, diet, exercise and personal well-being
  • Students approach environmental problems through active inquiry, experimentation and observation
  • Students adopt more environmentally conscious and energy efficient behavior (ie save electricity and water by turning of the light/tap, recycling, and properly disposing of waste




  • Increase from 1600 students in 2012, to
  • 2000 students in 2013
  • 3000 students in 2014
  • 4000 students in 2015
  • Healthier Kids
  • Healthier Homes
  • Healthier Environment



ChildrenThis opportunity I like to say thank you and appreciated for every chance for our kids can interaction with the nature. Now, the kids prefer play with electronic toys and forget to play with nature, never touch the soil, did not more knowledge about plant and how is the plant grow. This trip such a easy, fun but give the kids a lots of information.” (November 2012)

Susan Setiawan, Principal, Gembala Baik Preschool, Nusa Dua, BALI