About ACCP

About ACCP
Our background
Africaʼs waste problems

Activities and Events

Upcoming events
Past events


Teaching materials
2nd General Meeting of African Clean Cities Platform
Childrenʼs Environmental Picture Diaries

ACCP is working to create clean
and healthy cities in Africa.


Register Now!! – Waste Technology Deep Dives Webinar – Treatment of Organic Waste: Anaerobic Digestion

We will have an expert from Sandec / eawag explain the fundamentals of Anaerobic Digestion, what it is, what it can be used for, when it makes sense, etc. followed by a practitioner’s perspective from Kochi, India.

Please register at the NUA.campus website (here you find an overview of the upcoming webinars as well) or directly following the link as follows.

Date & Time: 10th of November of 2020, 9:30 – 10.45 AM CET / 11:30 AM – 12:45 PM EAT


Strategy Guidance: SWM response to COVID-19

UN-Habitat published “Strategy Guidance: Solid Waste Management Response to COVID-19” This guideline supports decision makers in developing a solid waste management response strategy to the COVID-19 situation, especially guides them how to adapt regular municipal waste management services to a pandemic situation. You will find 10 points for SWM operations and additionally case studies from all over the world.


Register Now!! – Two Waste Webinar Series on COVID-19 and Organic Waste Management

UN-Habitat (Waste Wise Cities Campaign) would like to inform you about two upcoming webinar series jointly organizing with the Wuppertal Institute for Environment, Climate, Energy. Please find more details via below links and please leave your schedule open for it!

Webinar Series: How to continue waste management services during the COVID-19 pandemic? 

Webinar Series: Organic Waste Treatment in Cities of the Global South – Solutions and Case Studies


Waste Wise Education Programme – Call for Innovative Educational Activities

UN-Habitat is calling for you to share innovative educational activities and best practices for child and youth education that can be replicated in schools across the world. 10 innovative educational programmes for each primary and higher education respectively will be selected and promoted, by compiling them in a leaflet and implementing them through ACCP and WWCC networks. Please send the application by 30 of April 2020 to For more information click here.

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Africaʼs waste problems

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ACCP study materials
and activity reports

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