After commemorating World Cleanup Day virtually in 2020, we were excited to hold educational workshops and a cleanup from September 13 – 18, 2021. Skills & Soup hosted Multinodal Developments Consultants and Pheha Plastic as guest facilitators, who delivered fun, educational activities for 100 children.
Environmental education helps kids understand why the environment is important and provides them with the building blocks they need to live eco-friendly and sustainable lives.
Climate Change, single-use plastic, and littering are urgent issues that we need to address. Lesotho is famed for its natural beauty, and we need to do better to protect our fragile environment.
All the litter that was picked up was sorted for Pheha Plastic to take recyclable plastics, and Nebulart Recycling Group took the rest for creating plastic sand bricks.
Big thanks to Glasswaters Foundation and Shirley Hall for their support of World Cleanup Day 2021 at The Hub! Thanks also to Morija Museum & Archives for hosting us!
The Hub has held annual community cleanups since 2017, but in 2020 we commemorated World Cleanup Day virtually due to Covid-19. Watch the videos below for more from previous cleanups at The Hub: