On 30 April, SGM Sabah, Johor, Melaka and Kedah took part in several activities to promote cleanliness and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Seventy SGM members from Tawau, together with individuals from Junior Chamber International Tawau, joined a beach clean-up and waste sorting programme at Sabindo Beach in Sabah. Meanwhile, in Johor, over 40 SGM members from Muar and Ledang participated in a plogging event at Dataran Tanjung Emas. The Muar Municipal Council provided cleaning tools for the participants and thanked them for their efforts.
|Tawau, Sabah||Tawau, Sabah|
SGM members from Kulim, Kedah conducted a recycling activity at a meeting venue while members from Melaka did the same at its culture centre. They also emphasised the importance of practising SDGs in daily life.
|Muar, Johor||Muar, Johor|
Meanwhile, on 6 May, SGM Kuala Lumpur participated in a neighbourhood clean-up organised by the residents’ association of Taman Kota Cheras Fasa 2. Information on the preventive measures of dengue was shared to the participants and a demonstration on how to use a fire extinguisher was also conducted. The activities were aimed to promote cleanliness and fire safety, as well as to enhance harmony and unity in the community.
|Taman Kota Cheras Fasa 2||Taman Kota Cheras Fasa 2|
On 27 May, members from Kota Kinabalu, Sabah took part in a clean-up programme for islands and beaches at Pulau Gaya, co-organised by Meraki Daat, Trash Hero and other associations. Some 120 individuals from various organisations assisted the island residents in cleaning their homes. The event also raised awareness on marine conservation.
|Kota Kinabalu, Sabah||Kota Kinabalu, Sabah|