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4 days ago

Sana Mare

It is the rainy season in Cameroon at the moment. Every day, the water masses carry countless plastic bottles out of the villages. They then accumulate at bridges and narrow points in the rivers. Our Sana Mare collection team in Cameroon could collect many tons of plastic every day. Once one part of the river is cleared of plastic, it only takes a few hours for the plastic flood to take over again.

It costs about 100€ to carry out a clean-up. The costs are for materials, travel costs, food, allowances, waste disposal fees, etc. The collected waste is picked up by local recycling companies or the local waste disposal company.
Our project is financed by donations. If you would also like to donate to help us fight the plastic flood in rivers and oceans, please click on www.sana-mare.org/spenden . Every Euro helps!!!
Thank you very much 👋
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It is the rainy season in Cameroon at the moment. Every day, the water masses carry countless plastic bottles out of the villages. They then accumulate at bridges and narrow points in the rivers. Our Sana Mare collection team in Cameroon could collect many tons of plastic every day. Once one part of the river is cleared of plastic, it only takes a few hours for the plastic flood to take over again.

It costs about 100€ to carry out a clean-up. The costs are for materials, travel costs, food, allowances, waste disposal fees, etc. The collected waste is picked up by local recycling companies or the local waste disposal company.
Our project is financed by donations. If you would also like to donate to help us fight the plastic flood in rivers and oceans, please click on https://www.sana-mare.org/spenden . Every Euro helps!!!
Thank you very much 👋

2 weeks ago

Sana Mare

This time our clean-up team from General Santos in the Philippines collected 132 kg of waste from the beach. The participants of the sana mare social clean-up program live in poverty. They earn some money through our pgrogram. We rely on donations in order to keep this project running. Visit our website for more information. ... WeiterlesenSee Less

This time our clean-up team from General Santos in the Philippines collected 132 kg of waste from the beach. The participants of the sana mare social clean-up program live in poverty. They earn some money through our pgrogram. We rely on donations in order to keep this project running. Visit our website for more information.

1 month ago

Sana Mare

The collection of two months of river and town clean-ups in Limuru (Central Kenya) can be seen in this picture. Our collection team. Goes on tour 10 times a month in the area. The rivers and streets in this poor area of Africa are full of garbage. Mainly plastic bottles are found.

Poverty and environmental pollution are closely related. A clean environment is a luxury good that we can only afford if vital needs such as food, housing, health and education are secured. Fighting poverty is therefore an important part of sustainable environmental protection.

As part of our social clean-up program, we create jobs for people living in extreme poverty. In this way, we combat poverty and environmental pollution at the same time.
The collected waste is later sold to recycling companies. We also look for ways to recycle some of the waste ourselves. However, the income from the sale of recyclable materials cannot cover the project costs by far. We are therefore dependent on donations in order to be able to carry out the program in the long term. Please become a supporter of the association with a regular or one-time donation.
With every euro donated, we collect an average of 3 kg of waste.

Donate at www.sana-mare.org/spenden

#sanamare
#RiverPollution
#cleanuptheriver
#rivercleanup
#savetheplanet
#notmywastebutmyplanet
#blueplanet
#plasticocean
#marinedebris
#savetheocean
#microplastics
#BreakFreeFromPlastic
#fightplastic
#turnthetide
#OneStepGreener
#refusesingleuse
#bethechange
#ecofriendly
#ipickeditup
#givingback
#nonprofit
#ngo
#helpingtheneedy
#jobopportunity
#povertysolution
#creatingjobs
#opportunitiesinafrica
#fightingpovertyinafrica
#donateforthepoor
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The collection of two months of river and town clean-ups  in Limuru (Central Kenya) can be seen in this picture. Our collection team. Goes on tour 10 times a month in the area. The rivers and streets in this poor area of Africa are full of garbage. Mainly plastic bottles are found.

Poverty and environmental pollution are closely related.  A clean environment is a luxury good that we can only afford if vital needs such as food, housing, health and education are secured. Fighting poverty is therefore an important part of sustainable environmental protection.

As part of our social clean-up program, we create jobs for people living in extreme poverty. In this way, we combat poverty and environmental pollution at the same time.
The collected waste is later sold to recycling companies. We also look for ways to recycle some of the waste ourselves. However, the income from the sale of recyclable materials cannot cover the project costs by far. We are therefore dependent on donations in order to be able to carry out the program in the long term. Please become a supporter of the association with a regular or one-time donation. 
With every euro donated, we collect an average of 3 kg of waste. 

Donate at www.sana-mare.org/spenden

#sanamare
#riverpollution
#cleanuptheriver
#rivercleanup
#savetheplanet
#notmywastebutmyplanet
#blueplanet
#plasticocean 
#marinedebris
#savetheocean
#microplastics
#breakfreefromplastic
#fightplastic
#turnthetide
#onestepgreener
#refusesingleuse
#bethechange 
#ecofriendly
#ipickeditup
#givingback
#nonprofit
#ngo
#helpingtheneedy
#jobopportunity
#povertysolution
#creatingjobs
#opportunitiesinafrica
#fightingpovertyinafrica
#donateforthepoor

1 month ago

Sana Mare

In December, our great team from Cameroon gave everything to clear this section of the river in Yaoundé of trash. However, the amount of trash floating in the water was too overwhelming to remove it completely, so in March the team came back to finish what they had started. Now the work is done 🥳

Check out the before and after comparison and give us a like 👍 if you like what you see. We can see water where before we saw only trash.

Over 300 kg of plastic bottles were removed from the river. 300 kg of plastic that now no longer pose a threat to the animals in the river. 300 Kg of plastic less that will be washed into the Atlantic Ocean at the end of the river. 🌊🌎🐳

Our clean-up campaigns are only possible through the support by our generous donors. Donate here 👉 www.sana-mare.org/spenden

👉 follow @sanamare.organisationtanzania
👉 follow @sanamare_deutschland
👉 follow @sanamareceylon

#rivercleaning
#cleanuptheriver
#RiverPollution
#rivercleanup
#rivercleaningprogram
#notmywastebutmyplanet
#noplanetb
#worldcleanupday2022
#TogetherForOurPlanet
#blueplanet
#UNSDGs
#savenature
#envirnmentalism
#protectingenvironment
#SDG14
#sustainablethinking
#sanamare
#sustainabledevelopment
#oceanplastic
#savetheocean
#microplastics
#plasticfreeoceans
#plasticpollution
#plasticpollutes
#plastic
#saynotoplastic
#plasticfree
#fightplastic
#noplastic
#BreakFreeFromPlastic
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In December, our great team from Cameroon gave everything to clear this section of the river in Yaoundé of trash. However, the amount of trash floating in the water was too overwhelming to remove it completely, so in March the team came back to finish what they had started. Now the work is done 🥳

Check out the before and after comparison and give us a like 👍 if you like what you see. We can see water where before we saw only trash.

Over 300 kg of plastic bottles were removed from the river. 300 kg of plastic that now no longer pose a threat to the animals in the river. 300 Kg of plastic less that will be washed into the Atlantic Ocean at the end of the river. 🌊🌎🐳

Our clean-up campaigns are only possible through the support by our generous donors. Donate here 👉 www.sana-mare.org/spenden

👉 follow @sanamare.organisationtanzania 
👉 follow @sanamare_deutschland 
👉 follow @sanamareceylon 

#rivercleaning
#cleanuptheriver
#riverpollution
#rivercleanup
#rivercleaningprogram
#notmywastebutmyplanet
#noplanetb
#worldcleanupday2022
#togetherforourplanet
#blueplanet
#unsdgs
#savenature
#envirnmentalism
#protectingenvironment
#sdg14
#sustainablethinking
#sanamare
#sustainabledevelopment
#oceanplastic
#savetheocean
#microplastics
#plasticfreeoceans
#plasticpollution
#plasticpollutes
#plastic
#saynotoplastic
#plasticfree
#fightplastic
#noplastic
#breakfreefromplastic

1 month ago

Sana Mare

We are Sana Mare 💪

We love the ocean 🌊

We collect civilisation waste in Africa and Asia 🗑

We fight poverty in Africa and Asia 💰

We love what we do 💙
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We are Sana Mare 💪

We love the ocean 🌊

We collect civilisation waste in Africa and Asia 🗑

We fight poverty in Africa and Asia 💰

We love what we do 💙

2 months ago

Sana Mare

Our social cleanup project in Kenya has just achieved the next level. 🥳
Since March we run our own waste storage place in Mombasa. In Limuru (central Kenya) we run a waste storage since January.
At the places we sort and store the waste that we collect from rivers beaches and streets. Once we have gathered the required amount we sell the recyclables to recycling companies. This will generate a small income which enables us to cover a part of the project costs. Moreover it maximises the benefit for the environment making sure the garbage is recycled and will not end up on the streets again. 🌍

In Mombasa we have collected more than 1️⃣0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ kg of waste in only 3️⃣ weeks!! 💪
2️⃣0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ kg of PET bottles were sold to a recycling company already.
Our next step is setting up the infrastructure for selling other types of plastics.
We also look for ways to recycle a part of the material by ourselves.

The staff members are people who lived in extreme poverty before joining our project. We aim to reduce pollution and poverty.

This project can only continue as long as we can pay the bills and the staff members. We rely to 90% on donations.

Please visit www.sana-mare.org and become a regular supporter.
... WeiterlesenSee Less

Our social cleanup project in Kenya has just achieved the next level. 🥳
Since March we run our own waste storage place in Mombasa. In Limuru (central Kenya) we run a waste storage since January.
At the places we sort and store the waste that we collect from rivers beaches and streets. Once we have gathered the required amount we sell the recyclables to recycling companies. This will generate a small income which enables us to cover a part of the project costs. Moreover it maximises the benefit for the environment making sure the garbage is recycled and will not end up on the streets again. 🌍

In Mombasa we have collected more than 1️⃣0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ kg of waste in only 3️⃣ weeks!! 💪
2️⃣0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ kg of PET bottles were sold to a recycling company already.
Our next step is setting up the infrastructure for selling other types of plastics.
We also look for ways to recycle a part of the material by ourselves.

The staff members are people who lived in extreme poverty before joining our project. We aim to reduce pollution and poverty.

This project can only continue as long as we can pay the bills and the staff members. We rely to 90% on donations.

Please visit www.sana-mare.org and become a regular supporter.
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