“UN-Habitat supports cities to rethink, refuse, reduce, reuse and recycle your waste.”

Maimunah Mohd Sharif, The Executive Director, UN-Habitat


COP 28 Seminar: Reduce methane emissions from landfills around the world! ~ Exploring the opportunities of the Fukuoka Method

Date: 2 December 2023, 12:30-13:45 (Dubai time)


Any African city that is committed to ACCP key principles can join!

To join, a city official or representative is asked to submit a “letter of intent” addressed to the Executive Director of UN-Habitat through the following e-mail accp@un.org.

Joining African Clean Cities Platform does not imply any legal or financial obligations. A sample letter can be downloaded in different languages here.


ABOUT ACCP introduces the background of ACCP and the expansion of its network, as well as the challenges of waste management in Africa.


ACTIVITIES provides information on upcoming and past events including capacity development opportunities. Newsletters can also be found here.  


ACCP KNOWLEDGE HUB is a one-stop shop showcasing the solutions, good practices, guides, and other interesting materials.

SDG 11.6.1
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SDG 11.6.1

Understanding the current status of municipal solid waste is the first step to improve waste management in your city. Measuring SDG indicator 11.6.1, ‘proportion of municipal solid waste collected and managed in controlled facilities out of total municipal solid waste generated, by city’ provides those key data and information.