Save Our Loving Earth

Simple Innovation Creates Sustainable Impact

Healthy Mind | Healthy Body | Healthy Environment 

Food Waste

Minimizing the wet waste (fruits, vegetables, and other plant-based waste) by converting them into something treasure packed with useful enzymes.

Recycle

Utilizing this waste to make Bio Enzyme. Bio Enzyme can be used as a cleaning agent, to purify the air, to manage water pollution, as a fertilizer and much more.

Save Our Earth

Bio Enzyme would replace all the chemical-based cleaning agents with eco-friendly solution, which make the environment healthy to survive and thrive.

Vision

We envision having highly empowered youth and a highly restored environment for a sustainable future. 

We see a world where young people co-create environments and policies for all-inclusive Health.

 

 

Mission

Our Mission is to empower youth to make the positive switch in their own lives and the voice to make a sustainable impact on their peers and community.

SOLE champions enable youth to work on Environment Health. We teach, train, connect and support youth from different backgrounds to actively participate in intervention programmes, research, policy and leadership on Environment Health.

Our Environment | Our Health | Our Future

Bio-Enzyme

As public health scholars, we believed that this issue of chemical pollution is an untapped climate opportunity that needs to be solved sustainably. To deal with this challenge which is caused by chemicals, we need a simple, smart, and sustainable solution. Simple innovation can create a sustainable impact. With that thought, the search began and we came across Bio Enzymes, which is an eco-friendly, chemical-free, non-toxic solution. Bio Enzymes have the potential to replace all harsh and harmful chemicals.

So, now the step is to create awareness about this solution. To widespread the solution and address the challenge, we use an innovative student-centred approach in which university students and high-school students participating in the program become the drivers of both the teaching and the learning processes. The program aims to motivate and guide young people, the school community, and participants’ families so they can make well-informed choices about environmental health and contribute to achieving Sustainable Development Goal 13, Climate Change. This flow of action creates a ‘ripple effect’ within the school and community.