The annual International Children’s Climate Change Conference returns next month on Friday 20th April, 2018, Joseph Masembe, the chief executive office of the Uganda’s Little Hands Go Green, the NGO organizing the meeting has revealed.
This year’s conference will be hosted by Ntinda School of the Deaf under the theme ‘End Plastic pollution, Restore Nature – protect the future’. The conference will attempt to seek for solutions to provide hope for a Greener future.
Asked why this year they have chosen to work with Ntinda School of the Deaf, Masembe they environmental conservation is ‘a job for all of us’. “Being deaf does not mean one is defeated, he explained.
“These children from Ntinda School of the Deaf are some of the brightest conservation soldiers I have ever met. It is therefore my duty as an able bodied human being to inspire all.” He added.
The daylong conference is being supported National Environment Management Authority, Kampala Capital City Authority, National Forestry Authority, Kenya’s Little Hands Go Green and Rwanda’s Little Hands Go Green.
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