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​Australian embassy partners with generations for peace “mawj” youth climate action podcast

The Australian Government has partnered with Generations For Peace (GFP) to support GFP’s Youth-Led Climate Action Podcast Program, مَوْج (Mawj - Waves). The funding support is through Australia’s Direct Aid Program (DAP), managed by the Australian Embassy. Australian Ambassador to Jordan, H.E. Bernard Lynch, signed the agreement with GFP CEO, Mark Clark, at a signing ceremony at the Australian Embassy in Amman, Jordan.
The Mawj podcast program is an eight-month initiative that aims to amplify the voices of young people leading climate action in Jordan. The program will bring together female and male participants from the Local Conference of Youth on Climate Change (LCOY-Jordan) and youth from six different governorates working for broadcast radios at Jordanian universities and community radios. The program will provide mentorship for the young participants to create a podcast season of six episodes on climate change, with a focus on the role of youth, women, and persons with disabilities in climate action.

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    • Daniel Waweru

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      Impressive move

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      • George Kariuki

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        Amplifying the voices of youth is crucial in addressing the climate crisis, as they will inherit the impacts of climate change and must be involved in shaping solutions.

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        • Edwin wangombe

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          This is impressive... We need more of such partnerships

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          • Munene Mugambi

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            Youths in climate will get heard

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              #Bonza

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              • walter lungayi

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                Great move by Australian Government.

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