Cleanup Nepal

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Together, let’s Sparkle Nepal!

Clean up Nepal is a movement that aims to unite stakeholders to work towards a cleaner and greener Nepal.

Clean up Nepal 2013 was the first nationwide clean-up movement in Nepal that saw 12 National Partners, 120 Local Partners and 15, 430 Volunteers come together on 21 September 2013 to collect 84, 564.5 kilos of rubbish at 45 locations in 20 cities. The campaign is run by volunteers located globally with 5000 hours contributed to organise this event last year. Since Clean up Nepal 2013 began in January 2013, 176,000 kilos of waste has been collected by 21, 280 volunteers. Volunteers throughout Nepal have contributed 68, 840 hours to clean-up in and around their localities.

As clean-up activities are undertaken by members of local communities, all this was possible with a budget of only NRs. 92, 358.75. An amazing achievement by communities in Nepal! For more on the event in 2013, Click here.

In 2014, Clean up Nepal’s objective of cleaner and healthier communities will receive continuity through a number of nationwide events, including:

  • 15 March 2014 (Saturday) – Clean up of Rivers on the occasion of the International Day of Action for Rivers (14 March 2014)
  • 29 March 2014 (Saturday) – Earth Hour
  • 19 April 2014 (Saturday) – Clean up of heritage sites on the occasion of World Heritage Day (18 April 2014)
  • 7 June 2014 (Saturday) – Various activities such as clean up events, tree plantations, and sustainability workshops on the occasion of World Environment Day (5 June 2014).
  • 12 August 2014 (Tuesday) – Environmental Education Activities at educational institutes on the occasion of International Youth Day (12 August 2014)
  • 20 September 2014 (Saturday) – Nationwide Clean-up Event on the occasion of the Clean up the World Weekend (19-21 September 2014)
  • 6 December 2014 (Saturday) – Youth Engagement with local communities, the media and stakeholders on the occasion of the International Volunteer Day for Economic and Social Development (5 December 2014).

The above dates for 2014 are tentative and are to be confirmed.



Women’s Environment Preservation Committee (WEPCO)
Kopundole – 1,
Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City, Nepal
Tel: 977-1-5520617, 977-1-5541068