Africa Is on the Right Path to Eradicate Plastics

UN Environment and its partners are working closely with African governments to establish policies and create programmes that are geared towards a plastic-free continent.


Human Wrongs Watch

UN Environment*The ongoing global movement for eliminating plastics is gaining momentum in Africa. Several countries are now taking steps to eliminate the production and distribution of single-use plastics, some adopting a total ban on the production and use of plastic bags.


Photo by James Wakibia | From UN Environment.

Cameroon, Egypt, Eritrea, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritania, Morocco, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa and Tanzania have taken the lead, others, like Botswana and Ethiopia, are following suit.

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