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Rasmei Kampuchea Daily (Cambodia) / March 4, 2012

Rasmei Kampuchea Daily (Cambodia) / March 4, 2012

Recently, the World Mission Society Church of God (WMSCOG) in Kampong Cham carried out the 1303rd Worldwide Clean-up Campaign. Around 100 people consisting of the members of the Church of God and the students and professors from Western University participated in the clean-up campaign to make people conscious about the seriousness of global warming and environmental pollution and to protect the life of mankind from various disasters by winning sympathy and participation of the people of the world in the clean-up activities.

The Church of God, the host of the clean-up campaign, said that the purpose of the event was to practice the love of the Passover of the New Covenant which was restored by the Second Coming Jesus Ahnsahnghong for the salvation of mankind. Also, the Church added that the event was for raising the awareness of Cambodian people about global warming and environmental pollution.

The clean-up campaign including this event took place simultaneously in around 2,200 areas in 150 countries where the World Mission Society Church of God (WMSCOG) was present. According to Chief Pastor Joocheol Kim and the Church of God, the Clean-up Campaign before the Passover would last until early April to revive the dying environment of the Earth. Also, the Church disclosed that the purpose of the activity was to prepare the Passover Assembly for celebrating the sacred birth of Christ Ahnsahnghong.

The World Clean-up Campaign has been held about 100 times every year. The total number of the clean-up campaigns carried out from 2001 to January 2012, not including small-scale campaigns which have not been counted, amounts to as many as 1,272. These activities contribute to change environmental awareness of the world as well as to make the polluted Earth clean.

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The World Mission Society Church of God (WMSCOG) in Kampong Cham and the students and professors from Western University collected garbage along the riverside of River Mekong near the Kisona bridge in Kampong.

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