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Empowering women for a greener future! The #GreenWomenProject in Mayuge District, Uganda, is transforming lives, nurturing climate resilience, and fostering eco-friendly practices. Together, we're sowing the seeds of a sustainable tomorrow. #EmpowerWomen #ClimateAction

  • Esther Wanjiku

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    Looking forward to the adaption of very eco friendly practices

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    • Kevin

      36 w

      This is a good start

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      • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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        The #GreenWomenProject in Mayuge District, Uganda, is an inspiring initiative that not only empowers women but also contributes significantly to a greener and more sustainable future. By nurturing climate resilience and fostering eco-friendly practices, it addresses the urgent need for climate action and gender equality simultaneously. Empowering women in the context of environmental sustainability is a powerful approach. Women play a pivotal role in managing natural resources and mitigating the impact of climate change in many communities. This project recognizes their invaluable contributions and provides them with the tools, knowledge, and support needed to make a positive difference. It's heartening to see how this initiative sows the seeds of a sustainable tomorrow. By investing in women and climate action, it not only uplifts individuals and communities but also helps build a more resilient and environmentally responsible world. The #GreenWomenProject is a shining example of how local efforts can have a global impact, and it's a reminder that the fight against climate change is inclusive and collaborative. 🌱🌍👩‍🌾 #ClimateChange #EmpowerWomen #Sustainability

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        • Gorffly mokua

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          Great! This will promote adoption of eco-friendly practices.

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          • Rashid Kamau

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            Women are the world's best bet in the fight for a clean, healthy, and sustainable planet.

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            • Grace Njeri

              36 w

              Women can build stronger, more resilient communities that are better equipped to face the challenges of climate change.

              • Munene Mugambi

                36 w

                The role of women in our community cannot be understated and they have a pivotal role to play in climate change

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