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Miracle Missions lead by example in clean-up activities

The campaign was ogranised under the theme “Let’s say no to illegal dumping, let’s say no to littering, let’s preserve our heritage: the environment, let’s bring back our Sunshine City”.

Sharon Hook of Miracle Missions said they wanted to make a difference through networking and active involvement in sustainable solutions to environmental challenges.

“We have an anti-littering and dumping campaign, having worked with City of Harare and N T Media,” she said. “The first brochure has been launched and we will continue to drive it with environmental awareness and recycling, billboards and public signage to report littering and illegal dumping.”

Miracle Mission’s campaigns are countrywide. “We also encourage schools across the country to do a clean-up at their school and support community clean-ups in their area, adopt a rural school, establish recycling programmes, composting, worm farming and other environmental issues to create awareness and build our nation,” Hook added.

The next clean-up campaign in Harare will be held in Chisipite on October 7.

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