ASEZ members got rid of the old flyers posted on poles from Manco Capac Street to Atahualpa Street. These streets, where the cultural heritage “Los Banos del Inca” was located, are tourist attractions visited by many foreigners and local residents. However, various flyers were attached on the poles indiscriminately, which defiled the appearance of the street.

In order to enlighten people about the importance of recovering the appearance of the street and protecting the cultural heritage, ASEZ members volunteered to remove flyers from Manco Capac Street to Jr. Atahualpa Street, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on July 21. Each member took a spatula, gloves, and a water bottle to remove flyers on the poles that had been left unclean for years. In the end, they collected an amount of four bags of garbage bags.

This day’s activities were to “strengthen the efforts to protect and safeguard the world’s cultural and natural heritage,” which is the target of the Sustainable Development Goals [SDGs] No.11. Members were able to contribute to making a sustainable community by removing flyers.

An official from the Los Banos del Inca District thanked ASEZ members for raising awareness of caring for the city through their volunteer work. The Deputy Manager of Environmental Development of Los Baños del Inca District Carlos Vasquez was moved by the meaningful activity of ASEZ, and asked them to continue to work together for the environment and community.

Attention is paid to ASEZ members, who recognize the importance of a being a leader in changing the local community, and are taking the lead in complementing the Sustainable Development Goals [SDGs].