Clean up Nepal – a modern interpretation of traditional community led cleanup activities – was launched nationwide on 21 September 2013 in close collaboration with the Nepal Government, 12 National Partners, 120 Local Partners and 15 430 Volunteers at 45 locations in 20 cities. The campaign saw the collection of 84, 564.5 kilos of waste on the day. This report is the result of a nationwide collaboration. It was written by Dr. Neelam Pradhananga, Global Coordinator with Clean up Nepal Program Officers Anukampa Bista and Shirish Bajracharya. The Clean up Nepal team in Nepal and Australia also made contributions to the report.
This week on Clean up Nepal’s “Zero Waste at Schools program”, we emphasized on the role of individuals and households in addressing the problem of […]
“Zero Waste at Schools” is an initiative by Clean up Nepal to engage, educate and empower students, teachers and staff at schools in Kathmandu on […]
As a part of Clean up Nepal ‘s and SANDEE’s project “Improving Waste Management at Bharatpur Metropolitan City”, Clean up Nepal conducted capacity building training […]
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