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International Women’s Day (IWD) is a global holiday celebrated annually on March 8 to commemorate the cultural, political, and socioeconomic achievements of women. It is also a focal point in the women’s rights movement, bringing attention to issues such as gender equality, reproductive rights, and violence and abuse against women. The United Nations began celebrating the day in 1977.
As part of our climate change adaptation training, we delivered on dialogues with farmers in the communities of Hebron (Northwest) and Vhembe (Limpopo) between August and November.
We demand agroecological transition that promotes fair and sustainable systems that respect people’s food sovereignty through eco system-based approaches.” Some of the climate justice demands we are making as African CSOs to our leaders
Civil society and grassroots groups across Africa staged a sit-in and protest action at the exhibition centre of the UNFCCC COP 26 in Glasgow to demand that African delegates attending the negotiations reject handouts and instead advance real solutions to the climate crisis.