Students of Ndejje University in Luwero went to Ndejje town council and surrounding areas armed with brooms, gloves and other cleaning items to clean the area.
Under their umbrella of Rotaract club of Ndejje University, the students were joined by several Rotaract clubs in Kampala. After the cleaning exercise, the students headed to Kakute estate for a go green project where they planted over 700 trees.
According to the president of Rotaract club of the university, Sarah Kembabazi, the cleanup campaign was to educate the community on sanitation.
“We are here to show a good example through helping them develop support systems that help vulnerable groups to practice safer and healthy working environments as well as assist the community develop a healthy life style plan,” Kembabazi said.
The chairman Ndejje Town Council, Moses Bemba, welcomed the move saying the donations show how Ndejje University is producing well-groomed and morally upright people.
“This donation of garbage bins will promote sanitation and development of the community as a whole. They will be communal and will be placed at every corner and collection points of the town council,” Bemba said.