2020

founded

26.294

kg waste collected

110

Clean-ups

9

Countries

People

and

Nature

Clean-ups for

Sana Mare socialclean-ups in Africa

Sana Mare social clean-up

Fighting marine litter and poverty at the same time

Supported by Deutsche Stiftung Meeresschutz
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For every bracelet we remove at least* 2 kg of waste from a beach or a shore!

*In average we remove 38 kg of waste per bracelet sold (as of April 2021).

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What we do

All life on earth depends on a healthy ocean. But the ocean is suffering under human activity. We aim to promote ocean conservation.
We work every day to clean beaches, raise awareness and educate people.

Our activities

Why are we special?

There are many groups that regularly collect trash. Mostly, these are campaigns by wealthy citizens in industrialized nations who clean up their cities. We enable clean-ups where they are most needed and least likely to take place – in poor countries in cooperation with people living in poverty. In this way, we combine environmental protection with poverty reduction.

There are plenty of other companies that collect waste in developing countries. These are mostly profit-oriented companies. We are a non-profit organization. We strive to maximize environmental protection. The fate of the association is decided by the members.

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Sana Mare Clean-ups for nature and people

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Our education and environmental protection activities can only be carried out in the future with donations. Please check if a donation to our association based in Germany is tax deductible in your country. If so, we will be happy to issue you with a donation receipt.

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4 days ago

Sana Mare

This is what our Sana Mare cleanup team from Limuru does on today’s #wotldcleanupday Of course the guys go out to the river and clean up the mess that people have left behind.
Help us cleaning the water bodies of Kenya. Support our team. More information available by clicking the links in our bio.
@worldcleanupday.hamburg @worldcleanupday.global @worldcleanup @worldoceanday @sunday.cleanup #cleanup #rivercleanup #rivercleaning #sanamare @sanamare_deutschland
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This is what our Sana Mare cleanup team from Limuru does on today’s #wotldcleanupday Of course the guys go out to the river and clean up the mess that people have left behind. 
Help us cleaning the water bodies of Kenya. Support our team. More information available by clicking the links in our bio. 
@worldcleanupday.hamburg @worldcleanupday.global @worldcleanup @worldoceanday @sunday.cleanup #cleanup #rivercleanup #rivercleaning #sanamare @sanamare_deutschland

4 days ago

Sana Mare

To mark the world cleanup day 2021, our Sana Mare litter pickers are going to beaches and rivers all over the world to collect litter. Our team, which lives furthest east, started today while the west was still asleep. The Sana Mare Philippines team collected 118 kg of rubbish from the beach. This is trash that man has left behind. Fortunately, hundreds of thousands of people worldwide are going out today to collect at least a small part of our dirt. These 118 kg are now no longer a danger to nature and animals.
More Sana Mare clean-ups will follow today in Kenya and Tanzania.
#WorldCleanupDay2021 #worldcleanupday #marinelitter #marinelittercrisis #notmygarbagebutmyplanet #Cleaningbeach #sanamare #safeourplanet #stopplasticpollution @sanamare.organisationtanzania @sanamare_deutschland @plastichunt @worldcleanupday.global @worldcleanup @worldcleanupday.hamburg
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To mark the world cleanup day 2021, our Sana Mare litter pickers are going to beaches and rivers all over the world to collect litter. Our team, which lives furthest east, started today while the west was still asleep. The Sana Mare Philippines team collected 118 kg of rubbish from the beach. This is trash that man has left behind. Fortunately, hundreds of thousands of people worldwide are going out today to collect at least a small part of our dirt. These 118 kg are now no longer a danger to nature and animals.
More Sana Mare clean-ups will follow today in Kenya and Tanzania.
#worldcleanupday2021 #worldcleanupday #marinelitter #marinelittercrisis #notmygarbagebutmyplanet #cleaningbeach #sanamare #safeourplanet #stopplasticpollution @sanamare.organisationtanzania @sanamare_deutschland @plastichunt @worldcleanupday.global @worldcleanup @worldcleanupday.hamburg

1 week ago

Sana Mare

On our last two-day Sana Mare clean-up in Cameroon the Team collected more than 2000 kg of plastic waste from the small river in Yaoundé.
The river makes a tight curve at this point. When there is a lot of water in the river, it overflows its banks and deposits the plastic floating in the stream.
Our clean-up activities are funded through donations. Please visit www.sana-mare.org
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On our last two-day Sana Mare clean-up in Cameroon the Team collected more than 2000 kg of plastic waste from the small river in Yaoundé.
The river makes a tight curve at this point. When there is a lot of water in the river, it overflows its banks and deposits the plastic floating in the stream.
Our clean-up activities are funded through donations. Please visit www.sana-mare.org
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