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Great response to clean-up drive
November 11, 2017
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ABU DHABI: A major annual campaign which mobilised thousands of volunteers in a massive clean-up of the UAE’s beaches concluded yesterday in Abu Dhabi, with huge participation by volunteers and from different public and private organisations, including 120 divers, who helped clear the beaches and dive sites of marine debris.

Held under the slogan, “You Can Make a Difference,” clean-Up Arabia 2017 led the clean-up efforts of multiple beaches and diving sites across the UAE, and engaged community members from all walks of life. The campaign is also held in other participating countries in the region.

Some 3,000 volunteers representing different public and private organisations participated in the different stages of the campaign to clean the beaches and various diving sites in the UAE and participating countries.

WAM

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