The impetus behind the ReCrearte Program arose from the interest sparked among students who participated in the Recycled Art Workshop conducted by Bertha Santana at the II DREFF in 2012. The ReCrearte Program aims to raise awareness of the 3Rs of solid waste management: reduce, reuse, recycle. The workshops also emphasize and demonstrate how recycling waste into art can empower individuals and communities alike.
Through this brand new program, GFDD hopes to engage youth groups, educators and women’s associations into reformulating the way they think about trash and raise awareness of the plastic pollution problem.
To be a leading program in artistic creativity using recycled materials for practical and decorative uses.
Enhance the work of the DREFF (GFDD / FUNGLODE) by complementing the visual and sound experience of the films through practical and manual activities to achieve a holistic experience that strengthens the inclusive spirit of the DREFF.
- Increase public awareness about environmental problems while promoting the protection of the planet and its natural resources.
- Sensitize the population to the three golden rules, or the 3 Rs for the proper management of solid waste: reduce, reuse, recycle.
- Empower women, young people and children through individual recycling schemes with environmental benefits that can also be a source of income and entrepreneurship for people and communities.
- Develop artistic recycling workshops for all levels of society, formal and informal, that are inclusive with a gender perspective.
An annual calendar of at least 30 workshops in five provinces.