Changing The Behavior Of Countries In The African Continent And The Solution To Changing The Behavior Of The Country And Not The Victim


A three-day conference held in the Kenya-Nairobi international conference hall to
discuss the change in the country's behavior and involve stakeholders giving their
views on investment and funding.

Nairobi, Kenya

The first high-level climate meeting in the African continent started early today on
September 4 Up to 6, 2023 in the capital of Kenya, Nairobi with a message to focus
on a single position before the next international meetings and discuss how to finance
especially in the great priority of the environment in the continent.

The host who is also the chairman of the committee of African leaders on the change
of the country's behavior has said that the time has come for Africa to be fully involved
in being heard as one of the stakeholders with a solution.

"Conflicts in the nature of the country do not discriminate between rich nations and poor
nations," said Ruto

Effective climate action in the country must recognize our common threat as well as the
common opportunity that promotes and implements a common global solution.

At the same time, President WIllam Samoei Ruto has called on the youth of the African
continent to be at the forefront of saving the African continent in order to see the impact
of the change in the country's behavior.

More than 20 presidents and heads of state attended the meeting with a consensus and
explained Africa's position before the United Nations meeting on climate change in New
York, USA.

In addition that Phillipa C ride Dole, a young climate activist and child advocate
from Sierra Leone is one many children who have been affected by climate
change,she has seen her community ravaged by droughts and floods,crops
destroyed and families forced to flee their homes.

Now ,she is speakingout on behalf of all children who are suffering from climate crisis.

She is calling on world leaders,to take immediate steps to reduce green house gas
emissions and protect the planet for future generations.

"I am grateful to have the opportunity to address you, the African leaders, after two days
of important discussions. We all agree that climate change is a child rights crisis,"
she said.

"Even though children contribute the least to climate change, we are the ones who are
most affected by its impacts. In Malawi and Mozambique, cyclones have damaged
schools and hospitals.

In Kenya, Somalia, and South Sudan, droughts have caused girls to be sold into early

In Nigeria and Sierra Leone, climate-related displacement has forced families to move,
leading to child labour."

A group of children from across Africa, who had seen firsthand the devastating effects
of climate change, delivered a passionate plea for action at the closing of the Africa
Climate Summit.

In a powerful declaration, the children called for action on climate change. They are
demanding that their voices be heard and that measures be put in place to protect them
from the adverse effects of the crisis.

The declaration, which was adopted by thousands of children, states that
"children are the most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.

They are at risk of food insecurity, water scarcity, extreme weather events, and

The children are also calling for decision-makers to fulfill the promises they have made
to the electorate.

They are demanding that governments take urgent action to reduce greenhouse gas
emissions and transition to a clean energy economy.

The report, which was published ahead of the Africa Climate Summit in Nairobi, found
that children in 48 of the 49 African countries for which data is available are at "high" or "
extremely high" risk from the extreme weather, illnesses, pollution, and environmental
degradation caused by climate change.

But they are receiving a fraction of the climate finance they need to adapt, survive, and
respond to the crisis.

"Children living in the Central African Republic, Chad, Nigeria, Guinea, Somalia, and
Guinea-Bissau are the most at risk," UNICEF added. "The countries most at risk from
climate change are also those with the weakest health,nutrition, and water, sanitation, and
hygiene (WASH) services.

This makes children in these countries even more vulnerable to the effects of climate
change, as they are less able to access essential services such as safe drinking water,
education, and protective services during extreme weather events."

UNICEF estimates that one billion children around the world are at "extremely high"
risk of suffering the effects of the climate crisis, which the organization has called
a "children's rights crisis.

The report warns that failing to act now will not only make the immediate problems
worse but will also make it harder to recover in the long run and will lead to greater
social inequality and political instability.

Another youth representative from Nigeria and Ethiopia Fatou Jeng and Yared Abera say
that it is part of this solution to continue with this stage of change in the country's
behaviour to set up institutions for young people in order to be able to have agriculture in the
African  continent.

  the young people must give their commitment to improve the African continents”’
Parallel that Hon. Dr. Omar D. Shajak, Principal Secretary in the First Vice Presidents
Office-Zanzibar say that "The importance is to have a common voice in African countries where
the goal is to change the behavior of the country and also on the meeting that will be held at
the end of November and December in the Arab kingdoms.

" One thing that exists in developed countries is to help less developed countries to deal with the change
in the country's behavior as they are the heirs of the change in the country's behavior. The conference
will invest and finance African countries to solve the existing challenges of changing the country's

More than 20 presidents and heads of state attended the meeting with a consensus and explained Africa's
position before the United Nations meeting on climate change in New York, USA.


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