On the occasion of World Environment Day, Clean up Nepal announces the 2016 School Level Environment Essay Contest. The theme of the essay is “Waste Burning: Its impact and the role of youth to mitigate it”. The essay contest is open to schools in Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur districts.
DEADLINE: July 15, 2016
Clean up Nepal’s up-cycling training is an initiative to manage dry waste, and support and empower women by teaching them skills to turn otherwise discarded plastics into useful products and earn a supplementary income.
Clean up Nepal has identified an opportunity to leverage our experience in working with these local partners and stakeholders to coordinate the relief response to rural areas – and we have already started the process.
Join us each Saturday morning from 8am to 10am to lead Kathmandu’s movement to ban littering in public spaces by participating in a cleanup and awareness program at Tudikhel. Let us set an example by ensuring Tudikhel is a clean, green and litter-free space for all Kathmanduites.
We build the capacity of communities using a strengths-based approach to community development.
We engage with students and youth of educational institutes to enhance awareness of environmental issues and ecologically sustainable choices.
We mobilize individuals globally to support campaigns on environmental issues aimed at raising awareness and support to create positive change.
We work with universities and educational institutions in Nepal to undertake small-scale research on waste management in Nepal.
Clean up Nepal volunteers are an incredible group of people. Not only do they give their precious time to help us with our common goal of a cleaner and greener Nepal, but they also form the backbone of our organisation.
Clean up Nepal organizers lead the planning, design and development of events in their localities such as community cleanups, trainings and workshops, film screenings and other awareness raising events.
Clean up Nepal partners play a crucial role in how we function as an organisation. Our collaborative approach means we actively seek to work together with organisations that have similar values and working approaches.
On 09 July 2016, the Clean up Nepal team visited the Community Child Rescue Centre (CCRC), a child care center at Imadole, Lalitpur. Interns from […]
Clean up Nepal carried out a detailed survey of waste management practices in 1040 households of Thankot from 15 March 2016 to 2 July 2016. […]
To understand more comprehensively the local community’s attitude towards waste management and the root causes of waste problems, Clean up Nepal carried out a detailed […]