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Girls Paint Africa Green
Girls Paint Africa Green (GPAG) is a non-profit African Hub of young girls. Females in general with male support united primarily to embark on actions against climate change, environmental protection and conservation, and is an umbrella of inspiration, motivation and empowerment around Africa. So far established in 8 states in Africa. Our target population around Africa is of students and we believe if we engage them in planting trees, use of renewable energy, among others with an aim of engaging almost 65% youth population in Africa we can greatly solve the climate change problem around the globe.
Top 3 learnings:
Increasing the awareness on actions against climate change in Africa and the world.
We are able to transform Africa from climate change to environmental sustainability
We are able to fight hunger, poverty in Africa, increase the youth participation in actions against climate change.
What it means to win
“It will be a great opportunity once we win this great Award that we strongly believe it will raise the university flags higher, inspire and motivate our students. In addition this Award will prove our mission and goals to be achieved as a training institution centred in training responsible, creative and innovative citizens in solving global Issues.”
Professor John F. Mugisha
The number one resource
for sustainability in post-16 education