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World Cleanup Day 2023:SCO East Africa Celebrate World Cleanup Day in Marakwet County, Kenya


Shirikisha Civic Organization of East Africa (SCO EA) is a civil society organization and a collaborative network of social impact-focused, non-profit community groups working to increase civic engagement & social impact in historically and systemically excluded communities of East Africa by promoting community-based learning experiences that address issues of public concern through building mutually beneficial partnerships.

SCOEA’s mission is to “build and foster a strong advocacy network of the civically engaged population by strengthening the inclusiveness and democratic fabric of local communities”.


The entire network under the SHIRIKISHA CIVIC ORGANISATION OF EAST AFRICA-SCOEA engaged in the celebrations of World Cleaning Day with the major events in Kenya under the Keep Africa Clean initiative that was launched last year.

World Cleanup Day usually takes place over 1 day in September each year and it was celebrated on 16th September 2023

On this day our members and volunteers worldwide will come together to rid our planet of trash – cleaning up litter and mismanaged waste from our rivers, forests, and streets.

SCO EA always encourages as many people as possible within East African communities to join in. Not only is this a way for us to directly and immediately improve our local environment, but it is also a great opportunity to connect with different groups and individuals and make new friends.

The National Coordinator in Kenya reported that as a sub-Saharan-based organisation, SCO EA is pleased to take part in the world celebrations because they know first-hand that community cleanups are an excellent way to create a cleaner, more sustainable planet.

” We are thankful to have the chance to partner with community members and local organizations to get involved and have a meaningful impact on several lives in Africa”, the Coordinator added.


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Kameli Zepha Bwambale
Kameli Zephaniah Bwambale (Uganda) is an African Business and Community Leader, Writer and Business Development Professional working to transform Africa through Business and Community Leadership. He is the National & Global Coordinator at Shirikisha Civic Organization of East Africa-SCOEA Secretary to the Board and Managing Director at Musingika Tourism Company Limited (Uganda's Youngest CEO of the Year 2022 and Top20 Tourism Writer of Year 2022) He has worked as a Business Trainer, Consultant and Business coach at Uganda Small Scale Industries Association (USSIA) and Rwenzori Albertine Regional Trade Association (RARTA) He is a graduate of the University of Georgia, USA), the Humanitarian Leadership Academy (UK) and Kabale University (Uganda) He is a Board Member at YOPSA Financial Services Ltd, Kasese Tourism Investor's Forum , Kalu Mart Health Centre and Green Girls and Women Conservation Program-Uganda He is an alumnus YALI Regional Leadership Center East Africa at Kenyatta University and participant United Nations Global Compact pursuing tourism, climate change, environmental conservation, Civic engagement, financial inclusion and social entrepreneurship agenda for transforming Africa.


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