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Kiambu university college students alumni association KUCSAA Article for organization planting trees in this ongoing cop28. Title: Empowering Tomorrow's Leaders: KUCSAA Organization Leads Tree Planting Campaign at COP28 Introduction In the heart of the ongoing COP28 conference, a passionate and driven student organization has taken center stage with their remarkable initiative to combat climate change. Amidst discussions on policy and global commitments, this group of young activists has been diligently planting seeds of change through their tree planting endeavors in *Mangu high* school lead by *Rotich kimutai Kevin* Director partnership and cooperate Affairs KUCSAA . The Student Organization's Vision Driven by a vision to cultivate a greener and more sustainable future, this student-led initiative aims not only to plant trees but also to inspire and encourage the young generation to join the noble cause of reforestation. Their mission goes beyond mere activism; it's about fostering a sense of environmental stewardship among tomorrow's leaders. Planting Trees for a Purpose The organization's tree planting campaign is strategically aligned with the goals of COP28. By focusing on specific regions and ecosystems, they aim to restore biodiversity, combat deforestation, and mitigate the adverse effects of climate change. Each sapling they plant represents a step towards a more resilient planet. Encouraging the Youth to Take Action Recognizing the power of collective action, Kiambu university college students alumni association KUCSAA has been actively engaging with schools, universities, college and local communities of over 500000 students in difference institutions of high learning to spread awareness about the importance of tree planting. Through workshops, educational campaigns, and social media outreach, they aim to instill a sense of responsibility and inspire widespread participation in reforestation efforts. Collaborating with COP28 thro we don't have time Kenya chapter The organization's efforts have not gone unnoticed within the COP28 arena. Collaborating with other environmental organizations and leveraging the conference platform, they've amplified their message, emphasizing the critical role that youth-led initiatives play in addressing the climate crisis. Impact and Future Endeavors In just a short span, the organization has already made a tangible impact, with hundreds of trees planted and countless minds inspired. Looking ahead, they plan to expand their campaign, partnering with more institutions and scaling up their tree planting activities to leave an enduring mark on the fight against climate change. Conclusion As the world grapples with the urgency of climate action, kiambu university college students alumni association KUCSAA stands as a beacon of hope, showcasing the power of youth-driven environmental initiatives. Their dedication, passion, and unwavering commitment to a greener planet serve as a testament to the immense potential of the younger generation in shaping a sustainable tomorrow. "We can make our environment green and more better for our day to day activities "said *Mr sk kajwang*organization president .

  • mercy nduta

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    Great initiative made there.

    • Gorffly mokua

      19 w

      Taking care of our own future!💚💚

      • Grace Njeri

        19 w

        Most important initiative by our young leaders.

        • Munene Mugambi

          19 w

          I hope they can take care of the trees too, care is important and nurtures them

          • Kevin

            19 w

            Incredible leadership

            • Gabriel Nyambu

              19 w

              The initiative taken by the KUCSAA Organization to lead a tree planting campaign at COP28 is commendable and reflects a proactive approach towards addressing environmental concerns.

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