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Training surveyors to map waste systems in Kathmandu

As a part of Clean up Nepal’s recent initiative “Mapping Urban Waste Management Systems in Kathmandu”, Clean up Nepal conducted a training for all its surveyors on 9 August, who will begin mapping three wards in Kathmandu. With the support of our technology partner, YoungInnovations, they have been trained and are now well equipped to map existing waste systems that…

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Zero waste at schools for schools in Kathmandu

Clean up Nepal facilitated Zero Waste at Schools Program at The British School for Grade 7 and 8 and at Mary Ward School for Grade 4 and 5 in Lalitpur. Zero Waste at Schools sessions at these schools focused on impacts of littering and waste burning, the importance of waste segregation, waste reduction and recycling and composting which is delivered through…

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Nationwide Cleanup and Poster Competition Outcome

Thirty-six schools across 12 districts of Nepal participated in Nationwide Cleanup and Poster Competition for Schools. The award ceremony was held at the New Star Pole School, Kagshwori- Manohara Municipality. His Excellency Mr. Peter Budd, the Australian Ambassador to Nepal and Mr. Krishan Hari Thapa, Mayor of Kageshwori Manchaca awarded the winning schools. We will also like to thank Doko…

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Bharatpur Sensitization Workshops

With the support of South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics – Sandee and Hello Bharatpur Metropolitan City Office, Clean up Nepal facilitated sensitization workshops in 75 TLOs and installed about 1400 waste bins as a part of “Improving Waste Management at Bharatpur Metropolitan City” program. Clean up Nepal will further begin mapping waste management systems in Bharatpur with the cooperation of…

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Waste Management Awareness Campaign

Clean up Nepal facilitated training on waste management in one of the communities of Budhanilkantha. The clustered community consisted around 18 households and a factory of hemp products. The training emphasized on five components– introduction to ongoing waste related practices; waste segregation; 3Rs– Reduce, Reuse and Recycle; composting and impacts of open air waste burning. It is often observed that…

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