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To promote sanitation, protect the lives of fishes in the sea, and support the transformation of minds in the country, a non-governmental organisation, Plastic Punch, has launched a mobile application as part of activities to mark its one year celebration….

The Plastic Punch Series Shooting

Environmental awareness is fun! Last year, Plastic Punch and Village Minds Production wrote a script for a theatre drama. The plot was about segregating waste and the consequences of dropping plastics on the floor, some years in advance where there…

Maskbook meets Plastic Punch on a plastic beach

On the 10th November, Plastic Punch organised another beach cleanup  at Coconut Pointe Resort in New Ningo, Ghana. Joined by an amazing team of Plastic Punchers who were ready to clean the turtle nesting area, including members of the Maskbook…

Team Plastic Punch plogs at the Accra International Marathon

On 26th October 2018, Plastic Punch took to the streets of Accra to raise awareness of the dangers of plastic in our environment during the Accra International Marathon (AIM). The Accra International Marathon is an annual marathon event held in…

Plastic Punch Marks International Coastal Clean-up Day With Turtle Beach Cleaning

WorldCleanUpDay with Plastic Punch!

Plastic Punch on WorldCleanupDay focused on schools. Activities on the day included cleaning the turtle nesting beach of New Ningo, Art Workshop on the Environment, Dance workshop, quizes and Find the turtle nest game. On our mission to impact the…

EU Climate Diplomacy Week

Plastic Punch is glad to be part of the launch of the EU Climate Diplomacy Week European Union in Ghana. The initiatives in the week are focused on schools and guiding children to be more environmentally responsible.

Plastic Punch on local Ghana TV

We had an awareness session on the dangers of plastics on the environment, health and marine life in local Ghana language (Twi) on Atinka TV. Reduce, Re-use, Recycle and Refuse if possible. Collective action for a brighter future.

Sea turtles training with WildSeas Conservation

Plastic Punch and Wildseas are advocates of protecting sea turtles in Ghana. The WildSeas Conservation team was led by Founder and Conservation Director, John Flynn, who gave training to the Plastic Punchers on turtle conservation, building hatcheries, nest re-locations and…

Young Plastic Punchers clean beaches too

On 21st July, 2018, Plastic Punch organised a second beach cleanup in New Ningo, gathering around 150 people and collecting two containers of plastics! The plastics collected were taken to our recycling partners who churn the waste into bricks for…