The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) has announced the commencement of an 18-month funded partnership with WasteAid, tasked with supporting the development of waste management strategy in The Gambia’s Greater Banjul Area.
Home to 26 per cent of the Gambian population, the GBA currently lacks comprehensive waste management systems, according to CIWM. WasteAid states that the project will see the charity engaging with a host of stakeholders in order to ‘progress the... More
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