Climate Chance campaign COP17, 2011 – ActionAid International, Africa

Caravan of Hope was initiated by the Pan-African Climate Change Alliance, PACJA and supported by Oxfam and ActionAid as part of the African call for climate justice and mobilization for COP17. As Communications Consultant, Africa hired by ActionAid International I provided strategic and  technical communications advice and capability development services to communications staff in Africa on the climate advocacy campaign for G20 and COP17 2011.

 

 

Here are my daily updates from Bujumbura to Kampala from the view post of the Padja Caravan:

Call for Climate Justice – Mabira Forest Must be Saved, Sunday 13th Nov. 2011

Speak up 4 Climate Justice, Saturday 12th Nov. 2011

3,600 Threes in Two Hours, Friday 11th Nov. 2011

We are going to South Africa, Thursday 10th Nov. 2011

Diane is on the march to Durban for a better future, Wednesday 9th Nov. 2011

Climate Change Chaos:160 houses destroyed in a few hours, Wednesday 9th Nov. 2011

The Pan-African Climate Caravan of Hope starts in Burundi, Tuesday 8th Nov. 2011 

 

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