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Human Rights Commission
African Regional Diplomatic Headquarters
                                       Diplomatic registration Code 145 IT
                                            N'djamena, Republic of Chad
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Participation of the International Human Rights Commission  in the World Clean-up Day.

The International Human Rights Commission (IHRC) of Chad participated in the World Clean-up Day on Saturday 18 September 2021.
The objective of this participation is to raise awareness of the problem of littering on planet earth.
The Commission has chosen to participate in World CleanUp Day on Saturday 18 September 2021.

The objective of World Clean Up Day is to unite all energies around a universal project to generate global awareness of the problem of litter.
This cleanup action is part of our electoral programme", recalls the Multinational Coordinator and Peace Ambassador , His Excellency Hiroua Goare Bienvenu, who hopes to unite many citizens around the event.
The team of the International Human Rights Commission of Chad initiated the World Clean Up Day through a cleaning operation in N'Djamena "We are completely motivated and mobilized for this citizen action. We can participate in small groups, with our families, friends and colleagues. said by the National Coordinator, Mr Kemba Medard Ousmane.
For the International Human Rights Commission, the aim of this World Clean Up Day is also to raise awareness by inviting society and citizens to reflect on their daily consumption and the resulting creation of waste.

What is the World Clean Up? World Clean Up is a global movement launched by the non-profit organisation "Let's do it Fundation", an accredited member of the United Nations Environment Programme. It was created in Estonia in 2008 and aims to fight pollution through citizen clean-ups. 21 million citizens from 180 countries participated in the 2019 edition.
Litter is a real environmental scourge that has a negative impact on biodiversity and ecosystems.
This waste can be found everywhere, right down to the bottom of the oceans.  On Saturday 18 September 2021, the 4th edition of the World Clean-up Day which take place. A global and at the same time local awareness to avoid seeing the planet Earth become a bin.
- National Volunteers Coordinator of IHRC of Chad, Mr Kemba Medard Ousmane
-Multinational Volunteers Coordinator  and Peace Ambassador of IHRC , His Excellency Hiroua Goare Bienvenu
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