Kakamega community members walked for 2km to plant trees at the farm, the nearby school, church, and mosque  COP28 campaign

Climate policy vs climate action: Will COP28 deliver what smallholder farmers need?

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In Rwanda Over 40,000 fruit trees were planted, providing nutrition and income, as well as improving the soil and biodiversity.
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In Uganda Communities showed how to make energy-saving briquettes from locally available resources
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In Ethiopia Farming groups designed and displayed placards showing their asks for the COP leadership
“If we are to play our part we need a real say in decisions on food and climate and more direct access to climate finance: we receive just 0.3% of international climate finance despite producing a third of the world’s food. If governments work with us — and invest in us — we will create resilient and sustainable food systems which will feed the world for generations to come.” Elizabeth Nsimadala, president of the Eastern African Farmers Federation

What has been declared at COP28?

What is next?

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