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  •     The PACJA family did it again, using their kindness to tackle the effects of the killer Covid-19, this time in Gabon. The Gabonese platform of PACJA, Network of civil society organisations for the green economy in Central Africa, continued its campaign to support and raise awareness among the rural populations hardest hit as the Covid-19 pandemic progresses. While leading a food and other aid distribution team valued at $15,000 to those most affected in Ngounié Province, Gabon, on Saturday, Roscevac executive president Nicaise Moulombi said anyone could do anything, however small, to help the needy. He said that [ ....... ]
  • On 13 May 2020, the Pan-African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) mobilised communities to plant giant bamboo seedlings across the Mt. Kenya East region. At least 100,000 tree seedlings were distributed and planted in strategic areas, particularly riparian areas, to help build resilience against the effects of climate change. The activity, which was a pilot of a larger project – the Mt Kenya East Regeneration Partnership - seeks to strengthen nature-based ecosystems, and is expected to be scaled up to other areas in collaboration with PACJA's membership. The tree planting was launched in a webinar that hosted several participants from around [ ....... ]
  • On Wednesday, 13 May 2020, at 10.00am EAT, PACJA in liaison with our Kenya national platform, the Kenya Platform for Climate Governance (KPCG) will host a webinar whose focus will be a conversation on the value of bamboo tree planting as part of efforts to build sustainable environmental ecosystems during and post-COVID-19. The session, which will also include a digital tree planting kick off with participation from several community based organisations (CBOs) and corporate organisations from the Mt. Kenya East Region. Key partners for this drive include the County Government of Meru, the County Government of Tharaka Nithi, Bidco Africa, [ ....... ]
  • This year’s Press Freedom Day has come at a time the world would wish to forget everything else and focus on the Covid-19 pandemic, but everyone needs journalists to know what really is happening. It is during such crises as Covid-19 that the Press is forced to compete with peddlers of fake news that either instil fear in a people or give false hope. The Press has been very instrumental in fact checking. It is also during such crises that governments may take advantage of the near 100 per cent focus on a crisis and pass repressive laws, including those [ ....... ]
  • Africa has been asked to focus more on its health infrastructure as well as the unending effects of climate change to be able to manage emergencies and crises of the Covid-19 magnitude now and in the future. This came out in a key note speech by Dr Ibrahim Choji, the Chair of the Board of Trustees at the PACJA’s Nigeria platform Climate and Sustainable Development Network (CSDevNet) in Nigeria. The speech also covered the recent happenings on Earth Day in Nigeria.   Choji at the same time took pride in the many acts of kindness shown by people from all [ ....... ]
  • Give Climate Change and Covid-19 equal attention to prevent mass killings African governments have been urged to help ensure the green climate fund reaches the grassroots to help give climate change the attention it needs. They have also been called upon to implement the existing laws to tackle the climate crisis that has brought its head even amidst the coronavirus crisis. Speaking on Kenya’s KTN News, in an interview to establish Africa’s readiness to handle crisis of the Covid-19 magnitude when it already has been suffering effects of other calamities, PACJA Executive Director Mithika Mwenda said there was no time [ ....... ]
  • Africa has been put in a tight spot with the emergence of the novel coronavirus that has not only turned every economy in the world upside down, but also halted almost every aspect of it. A webinar hosted by the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance on Africa’s status and position with the Covid-19 pandemic highlighted Africa’s predicaments, having already been the worst hit by the effects of the climate crisis. The webinar themed #AfricaAtCrossroads did not end without the mention of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) COP26, that was to be hosted by Scotland towards the [ ....... ]
  • The preservation of one of the greatest treasures of what is known to many as the ‘Green City in the Sun’, Nairobi, is at stake. As outlined in what seems to have been a hurriedly published newspaper public notice, the Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) has its eyes set on putting up a five-star hotel in the heart of the Nairobi National Park as outlined in the Park’s draft Management Plan 2020-2030. The notice called for comments from the public, requesting for views on the proposed plan to be submitted to KWS by 19 April 2020, a Sunday, nevertheless. As expected, [ ....... ]
  • The Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) has called on African states to give the Covid-19 pandemic a greener look and attempt to juggle the two crises with sincerity. Speaking yesterday to mark the Earth Day, the PACJA Executive Director Mithika Mwenda said it would prove difficult in the long run for states to spend so much on mitigation of the Covid-19 pandemic but forget climate change, which has claimed many lives in Africa. He referred to news that at least 48 people had been killed in the Democratic Republic of Congo, after it rained only once. In Kenya, where [ ....... ]
  • Only hours into PACJA’s discussion on Africa’s vulnerable situation with the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic amidst a climate crisis, raging floods and mudslides have left a trail of destruction and deaths in the Rift Valley region of Kenya. Besides displacing 4,000 people, killing at least four and leaving dozens missing, the mudslides happening in a county bordering another where at least 50 people were killed by a landslide last December, has swept homes, schools, churches and a police post, besides killing livestock and destroying crop. This would not be anyone’s wish, not even on their worst enemy. More [ ....... ]

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