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Read more about WasteAid awarded EU funding for climate resilience in The Gambia

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WasteAid awarded EU funding for climate resilience in The Gambia

  A new EU-funded partnership project between INGO WasteAid, Kanifing Municipal Council and Women’s Initiative The Gambia. Food waste will be separated by market...

Read more about Partnerships are key: a Q&A with our CEO

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Partnerships are key: a Q&A with our CEO

Corin Williams, Editor of MRW, interviewed WasteAid’s Chief Executive, Ceris Turner-Bailes. CW: You joined WasteAid just a few weeks into the first lockdown. What...

Read more about Bunzl plc and WasteAid to close the loop on plastic waste in Douala, Cameroon

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Bunzl plc and WasteAid to close the loop on plastic waste in Douala, Cameroon

PRESS RELEASE   Thirty young unemployed people will secure long-term jobs in the green economy Collecting and recycling 8 tonnes of plastic waste will...

Read more about Waste Management and Development – Supporting People and Planet

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Waste Management and Development – Supporting People and Planet

At WasteAid, we work with communities and policy makers in low and middle-income countries to implement waste management and recycling programmes. Our work improves...

Read more about Growing WaRM for climate resilience in Africa

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Growing WaRM for climate resilience in Africa

WasteAid‘s senior technical advisor and head of communications, Zoë Lenkiewicz, says waste and resource management (‘WaRM’) has an important role in building climate resilience...

Read more about Even something of little value has value: researching, identifying and scaling new technologies in the Democratic Republic of Congo

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Even something of little value has value: researching, identifying and scaling new technologies in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Once a site of fishing and trading villages, Kinshasa’s population of 14.5 million makes it Africa’s third-largest city after Cairo and Lagos. Every day,...