18-09-2020 by Leni Frau
After six months of lockdown in environmental protection, where fortunately human beings still had little chance to do damage as they usually do, Kenya resumed the activities that, especially on the coast, had previously experienced a very positive and exciting season where there have been real improvements and created excellent complicity between institutions such as Kenya Wildlife Service and local organizations, from those of beach operators to those who protect marine nature to those involved in recycling, social activities and culture of cleanliness.
Tomorrow, Saturday, September 19, in correspondence with the International Coastal Beach Cleanup Day, in Malindi and Watamu you can participate in the cleaning of the beaches, even if you can do it in accordance with the restrictions and rules Covid-19. From 8 a.m. on, groups of maximum ten people will be formed, wearing masks and observing social distances, armed with bags and equipped with gloves.
In Malindi the stations will be Coco Beach (behind Vasco Da Gama Point, at the beginning of Silversand beach), Blue Key, Osteria and Marine Park.
In Watamu collection points in front of Ocean Sports and Turtle Bay.
The Progressive Welfare Association of Malindi aims in conjunction with this appointment, to resume soon also the monthly Clean Up activities of the town that for a year have brought benefits to Malindi, not only in terms of cleanliness but also in terms of dissemination and involvement of local realities.
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