On the third Saturday of every September, volunteers around the world gather to mark the Coastal Clean-Up Day. On the second edition of this initiative,
Other than the obvious intention of keeping the beaches clean, the objective of the activity was to raise awareness of responsible waste management. The activity targeted youth as a means of engaging younger generations to be responsible stewards of the environment in the future.
On a bright, sunny Saturday morning, the university students joined
In line with the company’s mission to refresh the world,
After the clean-up, the youth were treated to a range of fun activities including music, dance and games. In the end, what started out as a simple beach cleaning exercise turned into an exciting party that made the moment all the more special.
Speaking at the event, regional Franchise Manager for West Africa, Rocky Findley, said, "This event demonstrates
The initiative was organized in partnership with the ministry of higher education in Ivory Coast, the embassy of the United States in Ivory Coast, and the mayor of Grand Bassam.
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