Sunday, August 14, 2022

ZSU installs 3rd phase of dustbins

With an objective to make Zhavame a cleaner and greener village, Zhavame Students’ Union (ZSU) conducted the third phase of dustbin installation in the village on Monday.
During the programme, APO, Planning and Coordination department, Danyi Domeh installed the dustbins which were painted in green and made out of tin containers and wooden frames.
Domeh in his speech highlighted about the harmful effects of non-biodegradable substances and called upon the villagers to properly dispose plastic wastes.
He expressed happiness to see Zhavame become one of the cleanest villages in Phek district.
Domeh also briefed on the Smart City development taking place in India and challenged the villagers to make Zhavame village a Smart village through the initiative of Cleaner Zhavame and by encouraging a tourist friendly environment.
Meanwhile, head GB, Sanyi Shupao said the village had now become cleaner with the initiative of the students’ union and urged upon the villagers to utilise the bins properly.
VDB secretary Tho-o Shupao and head teacher Charles Krocha also commended the student body for the initiative.
During the programme, a total of 80 dustbins were installed.
Earlier, the programme was chaired by ZSU advisor Visapa Movi while invocation was said by ZSU advisor Muvi Domeh.
It may be mentioned that ZSU initiated dustbin installation in the village in the year 2018 and the activity is being carried out in line with the declaration of Zhavame village a “plastic free zone” in 2017.
ZSU has also been carrying out sanitation drive and sensitisation program every season in the village in its endeavour to keep the village clean. The dustbins would be installed in and around the village and at Kapamodzü peak.

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