AboutDecember 2, 2019 2021-02-21 18:28
Get to know about Zero Waste at School
Learn about our Initiation: Zero Waste at School
To address the detrimental environmental and health effects of the improper waste management practices in Nepal, ABC Active contributions for the people and the environment and Clean up Nepal with the support of Forum Civ are implementing the Zero Waste at Schools Program (ZWAS) in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Zero Waste At Schools was formulated by the team of Clean up Nepal specifically with the aim to educate students, school staff and teachers in practices to reduce the amount of waste produced in schools by engaging with the overall stakeholders for a year.
- The Direct Relief supporting Clean up Nepal for a year in research and piloting programs in several schools.
- The British School, helping Clean up Nepal runs it’s first pilot of the Zero Waste at School at their school and supporting two government schools.
- Impact Marathon for providing us the initial support to run several programs in the schools of Kathmandu.
- And finally, our partner organisation ABC who helped us in refinding the program and helping us to deliver effective modules based on the human-centric approach with innovative contents for the school, parents and teachers.
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Whenever there is challenge, there is also an opportunity to face it, to demonstrate and develop our will and determination - Dalai Lama.
Though the zero waste at school virtual platform was created due to COVID-19 pandemic restriction to reach each school in Nepal. We have found an opportunity , an open source platform for schools to access the course now available online and can be accessed and utilized and integrated in several platforms such as Google Class, Moodle etc since all our contents are downloadable.