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Plastic-Free Sudaji

The Green Journey into Sustainability





In a joint venture with OMunity Green (OMG), DoGood is transforming Sudaji (a village in the north of Bali, Indonesia) into a sanctuary free from harmful chemicals and plastic pollution. Recognizing untouched soils as crucial for nurturing unpolluted souls, we've embarked on our 3 pillar approach, focused on Sustainability Enhancement, Youth Empowerment, and Community Collaboration. Advocating business as a force for good, we're helping Sudaji stride towards a symbiotic future where humans and nature coexist harmoniously, ensuring a healthier, holistic existence for all.

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OMunity Green, Sudaji, Bali

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ZANZAN & family, creators of OMunity Green

WelcOMe hOMe my dear friend to OMUnity Green (OMG)

Always remember the letter 'H' - it's the world between EartHHeart.
And H 🕉️ E is the letter 'H' = Empowers with Energy

ZANZAN, founder OMUnity Green

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CleanPlastic-Free Sudaji Project, Dec 2023

In response to the alarming plastic pollution crisis threatening the environment, soils, and health, we initiated this project to combat the issue in Sudaji. Despite a deep concern for their environment, Sudaji's inhabitants lack awareness about the dangers of plastic pollution and the necessary infrastructure to manage waste. We're working to provide appropriate resources and education, aiming to mitigate the issue of plastic waste dumped daily across the village. Our ultimate goal is to empower locals with the knowledge and means to sustain a clean and green Sudaji.


Historically, the community has been ingrained with sustainable practices. They've often used nature's offerings — like banana leaves, teak wood leaves, taro leaves, as well as coconut and palm leaves — to wrap our belongings. However, the advent of plastic has obscured these traditions. We aim to revive these eco-friendly habits, hoping to reduce dependency on plastic and restore balance to the community environment.

Capturing the essence of our ‘CleanPlastic-Free Sudaji’ project, this video highlights our inaugural gathering, attended by ten enthusiastic children from the local primary school, eager to make a difference. Follow their journey as they take the first steps towards creating a cleaner, greener Sudaji - a mission the locals coined: ‘Fuck Plastic, Clean Plastic’.