PM Imran Khan has announced top performing cities under the program of Clean Green Pakistan Index of Punjab and KPK in encouragement award on 19th October 2020. The top performing cities from Punjab; Attock, Bahawalpur, Lahore, Gujrat and Rawalpindi For KPK: Bannu, Kohat and Peshawar, has been recognized.

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Clean Green Champion Program (CGCP)

A major program under the Clean Green Pakistan Movement (CGPM) launched by Mr. Imran Khan, the Prime Miniter of Pakistan on 15 November 2019 to ensure the support and backing of the citizens to the civic bodies for this national effort. The CGCP is designed to seek the participation of the citizens voluntarily for keeping the cities clean, improving civic amenities and creating in them the spirit and sense of owning their habitats and cities. Any citizen of Pakistan aspiring to be the Clean Green Champion will volunteer to contribute activities under the following key five pillars of Clean Green Pakistan Movement.

Clean Green Champion - Role Description

Role of Volunteers

Any citizen of Pakistan aspiring to be the Clean Green Champion will volunteer to contribute activities under the following key five pillars of Clean Green Pakistan Movement.

Hygiene

  • Promote hand washing with soap or sanitizers at critical times and after exposure to external factors. E.g. designing foot-operated or automatic hand washing stations to reduce the risk of infection Ensure Personal, home, area hygiene including food and environment related hygiene practices as precautionary measures against viruses.

Sanitation

  • Cleanliness and maintenance of latrines at houses/ markets/ public places.
  • Promote the construction and use of latrines in open defecation communities.
  • Mobilize the communities for appropriate type of connection of latrines for on-site and off-site treatment.
  • Awareness on the implication of poor sanitation on health and spread of COVID 19.
  • Identification of potential hot spots for disinfection e.g. burst sewer pipes.

Solid Waste Management

  • Family members and neighborhood committees to lead on collection, segregation and disposal of solid waste at allocated areas.
  • Awareness on best practices for solid waste management at household and community level (e.g. proper disposal of use masks and gloves) for COVID-19 prevention.

Safe Drinking Water

  • Drink clean water, purify/ treat and ensure conservation.
  • Judicious use of water resources for COVID 19 response.
  • Recycling of grey water and rainwater harvesting.
  • Educate the public on point of use household water treatment options.

Plantation

  • Type and time of plantation for respective areas, markets, work places and house improve climate and biodiversity to fight against COVID 19.


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Points and Reward System

To encourage the volunteer participation of the citizens of Pakistan in the Clean Green Pakistan Movement, a system of points and other benefits has been evolved. Each action will award the volunteer a set score/point, and based on the earned points, the Cleen Green Champions will be ranked under the five categories.

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Engaging Educational Institution

The Federal Ministry of Climate Change has established guidelines for effective engagement of educational institutions from all participating cities in the Clean Green Pakistan Movement. The guidelines sets clear role of universities, colleges and schools for volunteer engagement of teachers and students in making Pakistan Clean and Green.

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Guidelines for Universities

Constitute a Steering Committee for Clean Green Pakistan in each University (including Vice Chancellor, 2-3 Professors...

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Guidelines for Colleges

Constitute a Steering Committee for Clean Green Pakistan in each College (including Vice Chancellor, 2-3 Teachers and President...

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Guidelines for Schools

Constitute a Clean Green Club in each school (including the Head Teacher, 2-3 teacher and student head of Clean Green Club)...

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