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Images: NCF embarks on waste management advocacy campaign

The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF has embarked on waste management advocacy campaign activities in 20 communities in Eti-Osa Local Government Area, Lagos State, following its receipt of the Aspire Coronation Trust (ACT) Foundation grant to advocate for actions that promote proper waste separation, management and disposal in selected communities of Lagos, and geared towards making the environment sustainable and habitable for future generations.

The selected communities are Sangotedo, Idado, Gbara, Elegushi, Iru/Victoria Island, Agungi, and Olugborogan, the host community to NCF.

The project is being carried out over a period of six months, commencing from September 2017. It has been divided into five major phases: Community Entry; Community & School Sensitisation; Clean up Exercise; Monitoring & Evaluation; and Post Project Supervision.

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High Chief Eletu of Elegushi Community (middle) and NCF/ACT Foundation Team during the sensitisation exercise on waste management advocacy campaign in Eti-Osa LGA
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L-R: Ayodeji Ojo, Programmes Lead of ACT; Ndifreke Okwuegbunam, Head of Programmes of ACT; Bosede Kosemani and Funso Eyanro of NCF, at the grant award receiving ceremony at Ford Foundation, Banana Island, Lagos on July 27, 2017

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