CEJAD Kenya meets its target groups of Wasini Island to discuss the plan and construction of sites where the upscaling of "waste" especially plastics will take place. The community members are happy to take part in the construction of these sites
CEJAD in collaboration with fellow IPENers, NEXUS 3 Foundation, Indonesia and AGENDA, Tanzania supported by IPEN conducted a local level training in Migori, Kenya to health care service providers on assessing mercury contamination and harm in ASGM communities in Kenya. The training was conducted as part of the Children's Health Intervention in Mercury Polluted Environments (CHIME) program, pioneered by Nexus 3 Foundation.
Cejad joins other environmental justice champions from across the world working for a toxics-free world, at
2020 global meeting in Bishoftu, Ethiopia.
The Centre for Environmental Justice and Development (CEJAD)
since 2012, a registered public interest Non-Governmental Organization in Kenya. CEJAD works to promote sound management of chemicals and waste in order to protect the natural environment and wellbeing of the Kenyan people, especially vulnerable populations. CEJAD’s work covers five specific themes