The Network for Youth Development organized a Youth and Climate Change open day with the aim of bringing together young people around Blantyre and give them an interactive engagement opportunity to enhance their knowledge on issues surrounding Climate Change and further bring to their lime light the responsibility they have in safeguarding Malawi’s environment in preparation for their future role of leadership.
The guest of honor to this open day was the Director of Leisure and Culture from Blantyre City Assembly who in his remarks expressed gratitude to the Network for Youth Development for organizing such an event that gave the youth an opportunity to explore knowledge on climate change..
Further he indicated that such gatherings are of great importance because they will make the young people responsible as they will embrace their responsibility in climate change adaptation and mitigation. Due to the impact of this gathering, he promised to offer support wherever and whenever needed from their office. The event was patronized by 215 young people both girls and boys who also took part in the event.
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