The Green Africa Youth Organization (GAYO) with support of nine (9) other Civil Society Organisations in the country have embarked on a clean-up exercise to rid the Labadi beach located in Accra, the capital city of filth. The momentous event took place last Saturday, September 18, on a day set aside globally to commemorate the World Cleanup Day.
In line with the President’s vision to make Accra the cleanest City in Africa, La Dade Kotopon Municipal Assembly have been working with Green Africa Youth Organization (GAYO) to implement the Zero Waste Accra Project which aims to work with the informal waste workers and SMES to divert #waste from landfills whiles providing #jobs for communities.
The Green Africa Youth Organization (GAYO) in partnership with ten (10) Environmental Civil Society Organisations in the country are poised to rid of Labadi Beach of plastic wastes this Saturday, September 18, 2021 with a clean-up exercise on the theme:" The Ocean Home For Fishes Not Plastics".
Earth Day is an annual environmental movement commemorated on April 22nd.It is a time for reflection; a time where all people in all places are urged to reflect on how their daily activities impact the environment and as well, find ways by which communities can preserve the environment to ensure a sustainable future for all.
The National Chairman of the Informal Waste Pickers’ Group, Mr. Johnson Doe, has appealed to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to give listening ears to the plights of the Informal Waste Pickers and Collectors in the country.
The Green Africa Youth Organization Eco Club Campus Chapters (GECCC) is set to embark on a sensitization project to highlight solutions to the plastic mess in Ghana, using university campuses and students as agents of change to #BreakFreefromPlastics.