World Oceans Day @ Pwani University Kenya

June 07 2018 @ 9:00 AM - June 08 2018 @ 10:00 PM

Day 1: Thursday June 7, 2018


Tour of Regeneration Africa in Malindi for an experience on how ocean plastic waste is converted to long lasting construction products.

By UNESCO & Regeneration Africa



Tour of Eco-World: a private recycling firm that makes artifacts from recycled plastic.    

By UNESCO, Regeneration Africa and Eco-World  



Tour of Local Ocean Trust Watamu, Malindi; private firms that enhances fisheries, wildlife and the marine environment. 

By UNESCO, Regeneration Africa and Ocean Trust


04:30pm -05:30pm

Mangrove Tree Planting at Takaungu Creek, Kilifi.

By UNESCO, Regeneration Africa and Ocean Mamas



Day 2: Friday June 8, 2018


Beach Clean-Up & Beach Games (Soccer and Volley Ball) at Bofa Beach, Kilifi.

By UNESCO, Regeneration Africa and Ocean Mamas



Town Hall Meeting

Friday Afternoon: June 8, 2018

02:00pm-02:15pm: Introductions

Dr. Ronald Juma, Pwani University

02.15pm-02:30pm: Welcome Address

Vice Chancellor, Pwani University

02:30pm-02:50pm: Overview of UNESCO

Dr. Abdul Rahman Lamin, UNESCO

02:50pm-03:15pm: Green and Blue Economy

Mr. Sam Ngaruiya, Regeneration Africa

03:15pm-03:40pm: Oceanographic Research in Eastern Africa: Current Status and Opportunities for Development

Mr. Mika Odido, UNESCO

03:40pm-04:00pm: Ocean Governance

UN Environment

04:00pm-04:30pm: Question and Answer

Dr. Ronald Juma Pwani University


Friday Evening: June 8, 2018

06:00pm-10:00pm: Documentary: Greening The Blue Party

By Pwani University, Ocean Mamas, Regeneration Africa, UNESCO







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