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#EarthDay2016: Let’s Get Planting!

LAGOS - APRIL 22nd, 2016 - The #Earth has provided free services in forms of water, air, food, and materials that has enhanced our lifestyle and sustained our lives. The least we can give back is by planting trees for these free services to remain in the future. April 22nd is #EarthDay. Join us to show some appreciation through Tree Planting. For #Earthday @kidscleanclub will be planting 500 coconut trees at the @kidsbeachgarden to support us online let a coconut tree #photobomb your picture. The most creative gets a surprise :) #earthday2016
It's a 2 in 1 Project - Marking #EarthDay (April 22nd) & #WorldMalariaDay (April 25th) via #CleanUpPapaAjao Project #EarthDay

Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, on which day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network, and celebrated in more than 193 countries each year.

World Malaria Day (WMD) is an international observance commemorated every year on 25 April and recognizes global efforts to control malaria.
The day was established to provide education and understanding of malaria and spread information on year-long intensified implementation of national malaria-control strategies, including community-based activities for malaria prevention and treatment in endemic areas.
#CleanUpPapaAjao Features:
·        Free Health Screening
·        Free Mosquito Nets
·        Free Malaria Drugs
·        Free Refreshment
·        Free T-shirts
N:B - This free offers are only meant for registered volunteers.
To register:
·        Visit and fill the volunteer form OR
·        Send your full names, location and phone number via text to 08033190359

We look forward to seeing you at our meeting point (38 Adeolu Street, opposite Jakande Market, Mushin. Lagos) by 7am on Saturday 23rd April at Papa Ajao. Mushin

Spread the word. Everyone has environmental knowledge they can share with others and kids shouldn't be left out. It's going to take a lot of work to heal our planet and it takes a collective effort of both young and old. Leading by example will help others remember that the earth is important every day of the year.
1.     Earth Day, a time when people around the world hold events to honour our home planet. This year, Transclean Foundation would be offering eco-friendly activities to the green students club of golden heights international school, Ikeja. They are willing to help make a difference in their environment...our activities for the earth day celebration are (1) Reuse Materials for Arts and Crafts
2.     Plant a Fruit/a tree or Vegetable Garden.
3.     Pick Up Trash around the school.
4.     Sort and Separate Recyclables.
5.     Decorate a Reusable Bag.
6.     Go on an Earth Day green walk.
7.     Go on an Earth Day scavenger hunt.
8.     Environmental speech by the club president.
9.     Reciting of nature poems.
10.                        Environmental quiz.
11.                        Face painting and many more.

These would help put a smile on their faces and also help make a positive impact. .be a volunteer and help put active plans in place for the kids not to be left out. Use Earth Day as your starting point to educate kids and create awareness for doing good deeds. This is also a great way to conserve, preserve our natural resources, and implement change and responsibility for your kids.

Its official, it's out. Join us on the 23rd of April, 2016 to celebrate #earthday and launch the #TidyNigeria project for #trees4earth with the @lagosmarines and @marinescheerleaders and @abutitans in a#megabowl @campos #marina #lagos #nigeria as we
CLEAN – PLANT - WATCH the #americanfootball live never seen before in Nigeria.

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#EarthDay2016: Let’s Get Planting! Reviewed by Olumide Idowu on Thursday, April 21, 2016 Rating: 5
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