Rainbow International School has launched Rainbow Kaloli (Malibu Stock) as part of its activities to create waste management awareness and pollution. The activity was launched as part of the International Children’s Climate Change Conference (ICCCC) which took place at the school on Friday.
“We have just launched the “Rainbow Kaloli (Marabou Stock)” project as part of the Conference programme. This is our Secondary School students’ art contribution to raise awareness about waste management and pollution,” Rainbow International School posted.
Meanwhile the school’s director Drashna Kotecha has pledged continued support of Uganda’s Little Hands Go Green in their effort to avert climate change.
“We will support Uganda’s Little Go Green as long as we can because as Rainbow and Midland Group, it’s one of our objectives to protect and preserve nature,” Drashna Kotecha said.