Who is the RNF?
The RNF is a non-profit, membership driven organisation, which in its efforts to create awareness for more sustainable waste management practices, is inspiring the nation to join hands today for a cleaner Namibia tomorrow.
The RNF is currently involved in various community based projects, with the aim of educating and encouraging the community to care for a cleaner Namibia. Amongst the projects the RNF has embarked on, the Schools Recycling competition aims to provide education and support to schools who are enthusiastic about recycling.
Secondly, the RNF provides assistance to town councils and individuals who execute town and community clean-up campaigns within a sustainable framework.
School Recycling Competition
By participating in our competition, schools are not only able to win attractive prizes, but also to generate funds for their schools via the income earned for the recyclables collected. All prizes and collection stands are currently funded by RNF members, but with additional funds we can expand the project even further!
See what Windhoek Express had to say about our newest recycling project at Dagbreek School:CLICK HERE
Together with its members, the RNF also supports and assists communities and local authorities to plan and host successful clean-ups in their towns. The RNF members support these by donating refuse bags, containers for recyclables, refreshments and similar items. Sorting recyclables from the waste collected is encouraged at all clean ups. At this stage we are limited to supporting clean-up campaigns initiated by other parties, but in future we would like to be able to initiate our own projects.
RNF celebrated a year of successes in 2017: read more here