Moejoh - KidsRights
“I wish to see a cleaner and healthier environment for all of us.”


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Loves: Volunteering, watching movies, surfing the internet and chocolate

Moejoh lives with her father, mother, three sisters, and brother. She is studying law in Lagos, Nigeria.

Moejoh’s youth organization called U-Recycle has 40 members. They are organizing workshops at schools, large beach cleanups, and recycle competitions, to bring attention to the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). The SDGs are global goals for a more sustainable and better world. Together with other students, Moejoh gathered 10,000 plastic bottles in 3 months’ time. Recently they also gained support from various local organizations.

Next to that, Moejoh does volunteer work for organizations that also focus on reaching the SDGs. She has won different essay competitions, and has a passion for people and nature, and the protection of these.

Curious about Moejohs project? Click here to read more!


Green Hope: to protect the environment
Youth organisation Green Hope is founded and lead by Kehkashan Basu. In 2016 she won the International Children’s Peace Prize for her efforts to protect our environment and to create a sustainable future. Read more about Kehkashan When she was 12 she established Green Hope. They organized large scale events in Dubai to clean the beach. Green Hope has since become a large international organisation with more than a 1000 young members.
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