Journalists urged to promote climate change initiatives

Journalists and media houses in Africa have been called upon to push boundaries in reporting and strategically position the continent by advancing African narratives on climate change. Speaking during the launch of the African Climate Change and Environmental Reporting (ACCER) Awards at Chuka University, Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) Executive Director Mithika Mwenda called […]

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Woman Rep champions for inclusive growth through BETA

Tharaka Nithi County Women Representative Susan Ngugi has advocated for the adoption of the Bottom Up Economic Transformation Agenda (BETA) to equip individuals and communities with the necessary tools and opportunities, so as to achieve financial independence. Speaking at Igandegi in Mwimbi Ward, Maara Constituency, Ngugi noted that BETA was geared towards economic turnaround and […]

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Ministry equipping youth with knowledge, skills to drive sustainable development

The government is equipping the young generation with the requisite knowledge, skills and values to drive resilience and sustainable development in the wake of challenges posed by climate change phenomenon. State Department for Higher Education and Research Principal Secretary Dr. Beatrice Inyangala has said the education curriculum, teacher training, research, innovation and community engagements are […]

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PACJA proposes tackling climate change to prevent disasters in Africa

The Pan-African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) has linked tackling climate change to prevention of climate related disasters in Africa. In a Town Hall session conducted in collaboration with Chuka University, climate disaster adaptation and mitigation issues were discussed, where causes of climate change identified included organic waste, power plants, deforestation, overfishing and offshore drilling. Rising […]

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Chuka University conducts training on mental wellness, investments to boost productivity

Chuka University Deputy Vice Chancellor Prof. Gilbert Nduru has called on governmental and non-governmental organisations across the county to conduct trainings on mental wellness, financial saving and investment as part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to increase productivity in the society. Speaking during a mental wellness and financial literacy seminar for leaders representing over 145 […]

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