Virtual Safari: Why Kwa Muhia?

Virtual Safari: Why Kwa Muhia?

Waste in Kwa Muhia Testimonial: Duncan Oloo, Kwa Muhia Environmental Group “We had no waste collection service until WasteAid helped us develop a community approach to managing our rubbish sustainably by setting up a waste recycling centre within the village....
EARTH DAY: WasteAid launches Virtual Safari

EARTH DAY: WasteAid launches Virtual Safari

WasteAid has created a Virtual Safari into the Kenyan wilderness, an immersive experience with science, culture, art, cookery and lots of wildlife to help lift spirits, and to raise money for waste collectors in low-income countries.   Virtual safari around lake...
Waste collection: the public health imperative

Waste collection: the public health imperative

Despite rarely achieving the same public and political profile as other utility services, waste management can be considered a ‘basic human right’ alongside water and sanitation, energy, transport and communications. UNEP/ISWA, 2015 In the UK, none of us can remember...
Fundraising at home? We’re in!

Fundraising at home? We’re in!

WasteAiders are amazing! That’s nothing new, but right now we are so impressed with the genius fundraising ideas people have come up with for our Spring 2020 appeal. WasteAid Appeal: Waste Collectors Rock! Like many charities, we have postponed our Spring 2020...
WasteAid message: COVID-19

WasteAid message: COVID-19

WasteAid Public Update: Coronavirus   WasteAid takes the safety and wellbeing of our staff, partners and beneficiaries very seriously. While there is a heightened risk to health from coronavirus it is important that we review the situation regularly. We have...

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