Date(s) - 13/07/2019
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
State Primary School Okoro N'Odo
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My Environment, my Wealth
IN COLLABORATION WITH SI4Dev and Eco-Network Presents
WORLD YOUTH SKILLS DAY tagged #Recycle4Gain to #BeatPlasticPollution
with project #10000Plasticbottles monthly.
In a developing society and growing population as well as daily use and disposal of plastics it is time to embrace innovative ways of waste management and waste-to-wealth initiatives; recycling and upcycling of waste plastic bottles to prevent plastic pollution in our garden city.
Do you know that plastic bottles can be recycled for incentives in Port Harcourt?
Do you also know that the *first* plastic bottle shelter in the Niger Delta is being built in the city of Port Harcourt??
Well, do not be told, join the Port Harcourt Anti littering campaign today by sorting your waste from home!
Collect as many plastic bottles and containers as possible. To get incentive, just bring a minimum of 150 *clean* bottles and get rewarded with mouth watering gifts.
Participation is strictly by registration
Forms are available at the following locations; KDC waterlines, Coffee shop 20 Birabi Street GRA, Radio Rivers and online www.myenvironmentmywealth.com
Kindly note that this project is the second phase of the Port Harcourt Anti Littering campaign and is going to continue monthly until December 2019.
The flag off is a #YaliServes event in honor of Nelson Mandela’s Day, to build upon his legacy and in commemoration of World Youth Skills Day.
Date – Saturday July 13, 2019
Venue – State Primary School Okoro N’odo
Time – 10am prompt
– Prince Wonne (Team Lead MyEnvironment MyWealth)
– Franscis Eghehan (YaliServes)
– Smith Nwokocha (Eco Network)
Convener – Wonne AFRONELLY (Initiator MyEnvironment MyWealth)
For partnership and sponsorship 📞 +234 701 312 6558
This program is proudly supported by Radio Rivers, Garden City Radio, PickThatTrash Initiative, Port Harcourt Volunteers, Ledde Initiative and sponsored by Bliss Octanoprise International.
Bookings are closed for this event.