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Wastewater and Plastic - Kibera and Kenya’s plastic ban

This video was produced as part of GRID-Arendal's Wastewater Management and Sanitation Provision in Africa Project, a partnership between the African Development Bank (AfDB), UN Environment Programme, Global Programme of Action for the protection of marine environments from land-based activities (GPA) and GRID-Arendal.


The project is supported by the AfDB through its Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Initiative (funded by the Governments of Burkina Faso, Canada, Denmark, France, Italy, Switzerland and the Netherlands), and the Multi-Donor Water Partnership Programme (funded by the Governments of Canada and Denmark).


The project is also funded by the Government of Norway and UNEP, and technically supported by GRID-Arendal.

To find out more visit grida.no/wastewater_africa.


This video was produced with kind contributions from The Human Rights Center, UC Berkeley School of Law.


Special thanks to Soweto Baptist Primary and High School in Kibera and our local partner CleanUpKenya https://www.facebook.com/CleanUpKenya/


Year: 2019

Produced by: Rob Barnes & Olivia Rempel

Tags: Africa Kibera Kibera slum Sanitation Slum Wastewater

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