The website portion of Clean Afrik contains information about the ghastly effects of the lack of environmental health maintenance in West Africa, as well as personal anecdotes, photos, and contact information. This targets young teens and adults. Our included game, called Litter Busters, is geared towards youth. It encourages all who play it to pick up litter and to maintain and improve their community’s environmental health.
"What I enjoyed most about working on the final project was the integration of new levels in our game, Litter Busters. The moment where my teammates and I anxiously watched as the screen loaded our very first level was an outstanding accomplishment. I will always be grateful to Girls Who Code for providing us with the opportunity."
Organization: Girls Who Code
Project Link: View Project Demo
Student: Favour Nerrise-Njunkeng
Project Team Members: Ruthann Richards, Bria-Amani Adams, Lauren Eng
Type of Work: Website
Location: DC - Lockheed Martin/Georgetown 2
Grade: 12th Grade
Year Created: 2015
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