“Climate change is real take climate action” 

Youth Photography Challenge Winners

Aggrey Isabirye

Brian Kipkorir

Makka Ali

Meet Aggrey, Makka and Brian, the winners of the 2021 Youth Photography Challenge which was concluded in early February 2022. They beat over 30 other contestants who submitted equally engaging photos on climate change and food security. 

 
We are delighted that these young people were able to depict the vagaries of climate change on food security through their photos. 
 
The Youth Photography challenge was conceptualised to gauge the interest of the youth in climate change matters and we are happy to report that the youth in East Africa and Mozambique have shown that they are in touch with how climate change is affecting livelihoods.
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We are living in a climate emergency and this means that all of us, small or big, should be concerned with mitigating its effects.

Together, let's Take Climate Action!

Congratulations Aggrey, Makka and Brian!
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Our Key Message

Duty Bearer

Our future is in your hands, take climate action. We urge Decision makers to implement mitigations and adaptation measures put in place in the National Determined Contributions NDC s to reduce emissions within the Paris agreement

Right Holders

Climate change is real, take climate action. Every person has a duty to cooperate with the State to protect and conserve the environment and the country’s Natural Resources. Ensure sustainable development

Civil Society

Stand up. Demand climate action. Civil Society Organization unite and speak as one strong voice. Raise awareness for poverty-oriented adaptation and mitigation


Private Sector

Climate change affects all. Non- state actors ensure that local resources are mobilized for the vulnerable. Ensure their needs are considered in implementation of adaptation and mitigation strategies

In 2017 an aspiration to create an inspirational advocacy and communication linkages between the country components led to the creation of the “Programmatic Communication Platform”The PCP is now a sustained facility anchored under the current programme with participants from seven organizations from the two sets of consortiums in Mozambique and Kenya. To add regional relevance 2 additional partners from Tanzania and Uganda were included in early 2018. Hence the platform consists of communication staff from SusWatch Kenya, Livaningo Mozambique, ADEL Sofala Mozambique, Osienala Kenya, Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development, CREP Kenya, TaTEDO Tanzania, Umande Trust Kenya and SustainableEnergy Denmark.

Programmatic Communication Platform is born out of a realization that working with communication on trans boundary issues like climate change and climate action provides a unique opportunity for CSOs to meet across borders to discuss effective ways and means to advocate for both local and global climate action

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