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Nakabuye Hilda F. Jul 26
The gap between what we are demanding, what Science says we need for a climate-safe future & what leaders are willing to do is widening as emissions rise, fossil fuel production expands & impacts escalate. That gap is ACTION! We need
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Fridays For Future Uganda Jul 24
Early 2020, Uganda was invaded by locusts, faced floods and now Covid-19, but climate change is just as much of a crisis as it was before. We call upon every Ugandan to join us for a global day of action on September 25th, in whatever way is safe.
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Rachel Peace Jul 24
Giving up is not an option. We will do this until serious action is taken.
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Bob Matovu Jul 24
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Francis Ssembatya Jul 24
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Leah Namugerwa Jul 23
Plastic waste flowing into the oceans is expected to nearly triple in volume in the next 20 years, while efforts to stem the tide have so far made barely a dent in the tsunami of waste, research shows.
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Patience Nabukalu Jul 24
Priotizing nature through protect it is our responsibility. Let us not kill the goose that lays golden eggs.
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Nakabuye Hilda F. Jul 24
We may not have supported all the Flood victims in Uganda but atleast we have put a smile on some family's faces through our Emergency food program, BUT; We couldn't have done it without you all. Thanks for helping, sending you socially distanced hugs🤗.
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Fridays For Future Uganda Jul 23
Women in Gaba were severely affected by Lake Victoria floods that displaced them and affected their businesses. It made hunger inevitable. Today through our emergency food program, we distributed food to them. 📷 &
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Fridays For Future Uganda Jul 23
We're ending the emergency food program next week. We're left with less than $200 to reach our goal of feeding 2000 children. Special thanks to our partner and everyone who has supported us. You can donate here
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Leah Namugerwa Jul 23
We're asking for your signature and to share this letter. Tell world leaders to and take The global south is already feeling the emergency. Don't let us down.
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Rachel Peace Jul 22
"They are still denying the fact and ignoring the fact that we are facing a climate emergency, and the climate crisis has still not once been treated as a crisis,” told the Guardian.
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GCCA Jul 22
People want a greener, happier world now. But our politicians have other ideas
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Leah Namugerwa Jul 22
Dear friends this is my last appeal for your support to children affected by Covid-19 & flood victims. We're ending the project at the end of July. We've already supported 1300 children. Help us reach our goal of 2000 children by donating to our fundraiser
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Nakabuye Hilda F. Jul 21
Women in a company based in India make biodegradable plates from leaves that have healing properties, thus eating from them is a more sustainable option. We have the solutions, let's embrace them.
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Leah Namugerwa Jul 21
I thank H.E for the amazing work has done in Uganda under his leadership. Thank you for your commitment to fighting & choosing to celebrate your birthdays by planting trees. I wish you the best at your next station.
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Leah Namugerwa Jul 21
We () will be ending our food distributions to children affected by Covid-19 and floods at the end of this month. We've so far helped 1300 children. Our goal is 2000 children. If you can, support our Covid-19 emergency food program 👇
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Patience Nabukalu Jul 19
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Francis Ssembatya Jul 20
Let's stop pretending that we can solve the climate and ecological crisis without treating it as a crisis.
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Leah Namugerwa Jul 18
Join us to tell global leaders to stop pretending that we can solve the climate- and ecological crisis without treating it as a crisis. Sign now 👇
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