Building A Fossil Free Africa

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"We are not going to be left behind. We will continue touring across villages and cities enlightening communities about the impacts of coal."

— Khadija Shekuwe Save Lamu coordinator.

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#AfrikaVuka Action – Accra, Ghana

#AfrikaVuka action – Nairobi, Kenya

News Coverage, Ghan

#RiseForClimate in Africa

#ThumaMinaDBSA: Cape Town action. December 2018.

#RiseForClimate concert in Nairobi, Kenya


we’re mobilising across Africa to #BreakFree from fossil fuels and push for a renewable

We don’t need another coal power plant in South Africa, we know that burning more coal will only lead to catastrophic climate impacts.

Break Free: #ThumaMina DBSA

Interfaith Youth Forum on Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

The people of Faith are showing their commitment to raise the voices of communities and victims of the climate crisis in Kenya and Africa. The office of Justice Peace and Integrity of Creation Franciscans has gathered 600 participants from different Faiths and schools in a Conference that turned to be global due to the launching of the new Film from Vatican The Letter.

On Saturday 15Oct 2022, the Film became an excellent tool to engage with various stakeholders. Most importantly, the Member of Parliament Honorable Felix Oduor known as Jalango responded to our invitation and made a commitment to support our journey on mitigating climate change effects and give support on the Fossil Fuel Non-proliferation the Star news.

#AfrikaVukaNews: October 2022

The climate movement in Africa has been very active and the past few months have seen a continued partnership with the many groups and communities we serve.

Environmental crisis: Organisations call for urgent intervention

The Global Initiative for Food Security Ecosystem Preservation (GIFSEP), Coal Free Nigeria and on Wednesday, called for urgent intervention to mitigate environmental crisis across the country.

The Executive Director of GIFSEP, Mr Michael Terungwa, made the call at a three-day workshop organised by the NGOs in Abuja.

Young people are key to creating an environment of peace.

Young environmental activists continue to mount pressure on world leaders, policymakers, and other decision-makers to commit to environmental and development targets – and, more importantly, to honour those commitments.

People of all ages and backgrounds are demanding climate justice.

On the 25th March 2022 Rise up Movement was not the only one holding placards, we were joined by over 600 students, teachers, parents and some community members. This sentiment was repeated in the thousands of Climate Strikes held around the world.


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