Uganda Little Hands Go Green, an organisation that pushes for environmental conservation in Uganda has organised a conference where young children will learn how to conserve the environment. This year’s International Childrens Climate Change Conference will run under the theme End Plastic Pollution, Restore Wetlands, Protect the Future at the Ntinda School For the Deaf where children will be provided with information that can change human attitude and behavior about the environment, plastics usage, interactions, discussions and exhibitions.
The International Children’s Climate Change Conference is set have participants from different schools from Uganda and neighbouring countries like Rwanda. The conference is organised by Uganda Little Hands Go Green, KCCA, Mixakids, Java House, NEMA and Round Bob. The conference will be graced by the Environment Minister Dr. Mary Kitutu, NEMA Executive Director Dr. Tom Okurut and others. See photos of the Go Green team led by Joseph Masembe on a school tour and more.