A community hub for East African women to lead on solutions which address climate change has laid its foundations in the eastern Ugandan town of Tororo. Sponsored By
“As an African woman, I believe it is important to have a physical space to address climate change because it will promote equity & inclusion, & that means it will encourage community engagement in decision making processes,” Sponsored By
Sponsored content: A community hub in Tororo, eastern Uganda, will provide an inclusive space for women to build resilience to the impacts of climate change.
“As an African woman, I believe it is important to have a physical space to address climate change because it will promote equity and inclusion, and that means it will encourage community engagement in decision making processes,” said Rose Wamalwa
Centre for women-led climate adaptation breaks ground in Uganda via