Environment

ENVIRONMENT

Even Mambrui will make a monthly Clean Up

First appointment, saturday 18th january 2020

18-12-2019 by Freddie del Curatolo

From next year, and exactly from January 18, 2020 every third Saturday of each month, after Malindi, Mambrui will also organize its Clean Up Day to start a path that from the collaboration of local communities and entrepreneurs with associations and institutions, should lead not only to cleanliness of the environment and the beach, but especially to raising awareness of citizens and to activate those who have to collect waste, one of the major problems of our time (everywhere, not only in Kenya).
This was decided in a meeting that was held yesterday morning at Karibuni Villas in Mambrui, where it was also announced the donation of the first two large bins for the collection of rubbish, something unprecedented for a large village like Mambrui where the problem of where to throw waste has become an excuse not to collect it by the Department of Environment and also for those who carelessly leave the "taka taka" everywhere, creating improvised landfills around.
So a group of responsible residents led by Denise Granata and two helpful hoteliers like Jafar of Karibuni Villas and Antonello of Kola Beach, have decided to get busy along the lines of what has been done by the Malindi Greenandblue movement in the last ten months.
After having gathered the Assistent Chief of Mambrui Anthony Kahindi who has great passion, the environmental manager of the Sub County of Magarini Jimmy Yaa and many representatives of the various areas of the country, it was decided that the next Saturday, January 18 will take place at the same time the first Mambrui Clean Up Day and the inauguration of the two large bins, to which it is hoped they can add more with the generous donations of other hoteliers or owners of houses and villas.
Anyone who cares about the environment, life, health and tourism in Mambrui, which then giving work to many affects the welfare of the local population and consequently on safety, can not look away and not hear this call. People of Mambrui and its visitors, if you are not there on January 18, help this community that does not want to wait for solutions from heaven or the Government, to start this program. You need gloves, jute bags, rakes, spades and wheelbarrows.
For further information, please contact Denise at 0726741753.

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