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EARTHDAY 2021

It’s an Ocean and Climate crises, Our Timeout Team at Akure partnered with FutureSavers Sustainable Development initiative as we joined the campaign on the 22nd of April 2021 at FUTA Southgate Akure in commemoration of Earthday 2021 to sensitize the residents of the community on the current Earth crises; climate

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TIMEOUT AT LAFE, AKURE

One of the global hot topics on environmental menace is Plastic pollution. One of our goals is to enlighten the general public on exploring behavioral changes towards reducing their plastic footprints and mitigate plastic pollution through our Community Outreach programs. On the 6th of August out Timeout team at Akure

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TIMEOUT AT OLUFUNMILAYO SCHOOL, AKURE

The Covid-19 break came unexpected which halted our physical events throughout the 2020 calender. On February 12 2021, our Timeout Team at Akure visited Olufumilayo schools at Ilesha Garage to sensitize her students about ocean and plastic pollution. Our sensitization event at Olufunmilayo school commenced the continuation of our school

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GLOBAL RECYCLING DAY 2021

On the 18th of March 2021, Aquaworld partnered with U-recycle Initiative Africa to host a movie screening event at the Federal University  of Technology, Akure, Ondo state, Nigeria. The movie screening was about the iconic BAG IT movie, enlightening the attendees in details about the origin, adverse effects and future

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PLASTIC WORKSHOP

The virtual workshop was held on the 31 of October 2020. The workshop was titled PLASTIC CREATIVITY: art, craft and wealth creation. The workshop took place virtually via zoom with 50 active participants across 7 countries globally. During the events, the participants were taught about: Art and crafts with Plastics

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WORLD CLEAN UP DAY 2020

In commemoration of the World Cleanup day, our Timeout team at Akure and Ondo Town in Ondo state on the 19th of September 2020. The cleanup was aimed at mopping up PET/Plastic bottles. After the over 200 pieces of PET/plastic bottles were retrieved from landfills in the target communities. AKURE

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FEMALE SALMON ARE DYING AT HIGHER RATES THAN MALE SALMON

Recently, it has been observed that the  female adult sockeye from the Fraser River are dying at a significant rates than the males, when they journey back to their spawning grounds. Researcher Dr. Scott Hinch, a professor in the faculty of forestry and head of the Pacific Salmon Ecology and

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