In order to conduct a cleaning campaign, Imvelo Recyclers, the Zonda Insila Program, and the Community Work Program recently gathered at Thandulwazi Primary School in Likazi. Michael and Renolda Currie, two US travelers, donated 60 pairs of school shoes.
A local elderly man, according to Portia Mathebula, one of the campaign’s organizers, sponsored dignity packs for a few students.
The learners were left with smiles on their faces, making it a happy day. We instilled in them the value of recycling and avoiding litter as ways to preserve the environment. Children will be able to carefully consider every choice they make if we are successful in instilling in them the value of a clean environment. According to Mathebula, these young people will also be able to correct older adults if they notice environmental harm.
She was grateful to all of the donors for standing up for the learners’ empowerment, particularly the underprivileged ones. The campaign’s goal was to lessen waste and pollution while also maximizing the advantages of sorting and recycling trash.
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” The students will keep in mind how crucial it is to properly dispose of sharp objects and bottles so that their brand-new shoes don’t get dirty, and how to use clean restrooms to prevent illnesses brought on by an unhealthy environment.”
Mathebula urged the neighborhood to help with litter management and to use the waste disposal facilities rather than illegally dumping trash on roadside ditches.
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She advised KaNyamazane residents who have recyclables to get in touch with her for collection at 079 584 2274 or Chantell Ngwenya at 060 630 6416.