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Highlighting some of the countries making strides in the fight against climate change this year.
Ugandan youth leader shares her thoughts on what it means to shape the climate future we want.
Uganda takes an inclusive approach to reporting climate actions, which can be replicated in other countries.
In their words: Africa’s young innovators and advocates on the climate crisis — and our best hope to address it
With nations across the region pushing for a greener future for all, here is what they have to say.
Africa Climate Week focuses on partnerships for resilience and energy transition.
Young people and youth leaders from across Africa have the ideas, solutions and motivation to solve the climate crisis.
Adopting electricity as the primary source of energy for cooking helps reduce carbon emissions and deforestation.
The NDC Support Programme has supported 12 innovative projects that contribute to NDC implementation.
In Uganda, the integrated approach brings solutions to scarce rains and improves school feeding programmes.
29 countries in the Africa region submitted more ambitious climate pledges in 2021 with support from Climate Promise.
This year’s Africa Climate Week was held virtually, in advance of the United Nations 26th Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP26).
African nations are rising to the challenge of the climate crisis, building resilient livelihoods and accelerating action on the Paris Agreement
Africa is at a crossroads. The multiplying challenges of the climate crisis, conflict and COVID-19 have put more and more people at risk.
Through our experience working with countries, here are 7 key lessons on adaptation, and how we are applying them as part of our Climate Promise.