What can be done?
Challenges and Opportunities
Which will also be the launch of the:
1) Proposed online event is planned to occur sometime in May 2020 (To be determined soon).
6 pm – showcase of organizations with tables and networking
6:30 pm – presentations start
2) Proposed speaking agenda:
a) Introduction by Lyn Adamson, Founder, ClimateFast.
b) Presentation by Sarah Kamau about climate change and migration in Africa to include some slides about what can be done to help.
c) Presentation by Development and Peace-Caritas Canada about Conflict Caused by Climate Change in Lake Chad region of West Africa.
d) Presentation by Katie Fettes about Rainmaker Enterprise and their activities in Africa.
e) Short presentation about the importance of girls’ education in Africa.
f) Presentation by Paul Stevers entitled: “Increasing Food Security and Educationin Africa Through Climate Action”
g) Several initiatives could be on display via links online during this event, which could include:
i) ThinkBiz Africa by Think Renewables Group. This would include a WiFi hotspot serving free educational information
ii) Rainmaker Enterprise
iii) Orphanage in Somalia by Adan Awale from ANZ Computers
iv) Rumie Tablets by Rumie.org
v) Development and Peace-Caritas Canada
vi) Canada Africa Partnership Network.