When it comes to Africa, many people first think of the arid and hot weather, as well as the dark-skinned people everywhere, indeed this is only a part of all its characteristics, in this mysterious continent there are many countries, because of the different geographical location, they are also different characteristics, some still live the old life, some are white skinned people mostly, some are clean and tidy to the unbelievable.
For example, today's Rwanda, located in the Middle East, many people have always had the impression that Africa is dirty and messy, but in fact, many of them have superb standards for the environment within their borders, and this country a role model.
Although its economic development is not so fast, but the people in the protection of the environment on which they depend on this point, but very unified, and also developed a series of regulations.
The first thing to say is that the National Sanitation Day, scheduled for the last Saturday of every month, when every household will take the tools to clean the environment, out of the house in the surrounding area to carefully clean, and strive not to appear a little garbage and dust, weeds also have to pull out. I have to say that this activity is really meaningful and can make the connection between each household closer and facilitate the contact.
And long-term persistence, people will gradually form the habit of caring for the environment, usually will not just throw garbage on the ground, until the next workload can also be reduced some.
Another point is the ban on plastic, advocate the use of plastic bags, switch to some household cloth bags, which can also save resources, reduce some white pollution, and be found, perhaps to live in jail.
So it is because of such strict rules, the residents of Rwanda will be strict with themselves, we all make efforts for the environment they live in, so that they can breathe fresh air at all times.
With this, the number of tourists coming to Rwanda is gradually increasing, and they keep praising the neat buildings and clean streets here, which are comparable to Japan!