In the past 25 years, over 3,606,491 pounds of trash has been found thrown by people and drift from other places on the beach and seashore located at Kunak (small district), Sabah, Malaysia. Wild and native species of marine life have already extinct and destroyed by the pollution's. the beach is filed by plastic, can, and bottles. native sea weeds and sea coral no longer survived which indirectly affecting the animal that depends on the primary resources of food to survive. When trash gets into the oceans, animals can easily mistaken that trash
for a certain food source. An example of this is with the sea turtles. When a turtle sees a plastic bag floating around in the ocean, the animal might mistaken it for a jellyfish before swallowing it as a whole. The plastic bag may prevent the turtle from eating, thus, cause it to slowly starve itself to death For that we are taking a major and immediate action to clean, to restore, and to preserve back its surrounding and shorelines with 4 primary actions:-
1) Clean the rubbish along the seashore/beach
2) Planting back its native mangroves
3) Improve the waste management in the community
4) Provide education and awareness about sea pollution and protecting endangered marine species.
Apart from that we will need a fundraising to achieve our planning, the fund will be distributes to :-
1) Buy cleaning tool and equipment's
2) Improve waste management in the community
3) Provide food , water, and emergency aid kit for the volunteers and teams
4) Preparation of mangroves planting
this program will be starts on 6th June 2020 and will be keep on going until the cleaning progress and mangrove planting is done.