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World Cleanup Day 2022 is on 17th September! Get ready, set, go!!!
World CleanUp Day 2021 in Ruai
Some of the garbage at a cleanup area in Eldoret
Clean up action in Garrisa
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Let's Do It Kenya organised the first World Cleanup Day in Kenya in 2018 during which over 25,000 Kenyans showed up to clean their immediate environs. Since then, over 60,000 Kenyans have joined us in celebrating World Cleanup Day every third Saturday of September. All this has been possible thanks to the great work of coordinators who mobilise their friends, family, school mates, colleagues to join in marking World Cleanup Day.
We pride ourselves in being able to bring together Kenyans from different walks of life to care about their immediate environ. Our motivation is a Kenya free of waste driven by people taking initiative to manage their waste. Other than World Clean Up Day, other initiatives we implement as part of the Lets Do It Network include Digital CleanUp Day; Cigaretter Butt Litter Campaign (TrashPockets), Trash mapping and the intersection between gender and climate change.

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Christine Sayo Otinga
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Oscar Wanjala
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Let's Do It Kenya organised the first World Cleanup Day in Kenya in 2018 during which over 25,000 Kenyans showed up to clean their immediate environs. Since then, over 60,000 Kenyans have joined us in celebrating World Cleanup Day every third Saturday of September. All this has been possible thanks to the great work of coordinators who mobilise their friends, family, school mates, colleagues to join in marking World Cleanup Day.
We pride ourselves in being able to bring together Kenyans from different walks of life to care about their immediate environ. Our motivation is a Kenya free of waste driven by people taking initiative to manage their waste. Other than World Clean Up Day, other initiatives we implement as part of the Lets Do It Network include Digital CleanUp Day; Cigaretter Butt Litter Campaign (TrashPockets), Trash mapping and the intersection between gender and climate change.

Kenya
Country leader
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Location
Contact
e-mail
weBsite
letsdoitkenya.org
If you want to represent this country and manage upcoming cleanup events, please fill out the form below.
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
Founder
Christine Sayo Otinga
Country Co-ordinator
Oscar Wanjala

Cigarette Butt Litter Sensitization Forums and Launch of Trashpockets

We partnered with Trashpockets Sweden to organise sensitization forums on Cigarette Butt litter. The sensitization forums took place in Nairobi, Nanyuki, and Mombasa. We raised awareness on the effects of cigarette butt litter as well as presented trashpockets as a solution for preventing cigarette butt littering.

Estonia President Attends Pre-World CleanUp Day Event in Kenya

We were privileged to host the fifth Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid during her maiden visit in Kenya. Her visit helped us solidify our partnerships with various Government agencies, media and partners.

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