On 26th of September, Impulsouth participated at the Africa Climate Week 2021 with the event Youth Empowerment on Climate Transparency and Green Recovery


The event brought together seven initiatives and institutions working to empower young professionals to become the next generation of climate leaders and green entrepreneurs. 

Youth initiatives from Cameroon, Gambia, Ghana and Tunisia, as well as initiatives from the Malagasy government and the UN Climate Change Learning partnership presented opportunities and tools available for youth to take the lead of climate action in the continent. A young council established in Ghana has been able to influence policy and an integrated strategy to tackle climate change has been developed in Madagascar by including Climate change in the education curricula at all levels, even for non-scholarised children.

Meet the panel below and watch the video of our conversation:


Cristina Rekakavas,, Green Development and Climate Change Specialist, at the United Nations Institute for Training and Research ​​https://unccelearn.org/


Michel Omer Laivao, Chief of Climate Service at the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development (Madagascar)


Faten Attig-Bahar, Member of the Executive Board, Young Earth System Scientists Community (Tunisia) https://www.yess-community.org/


Joshua Amponsem, Executive Director of Green Africa Youth Organization/Master student, UNU-EHS (Ghana) https://greenafricayouth.com


Ngagoum Ndalloka Zita, Master student in Energy Engineering, Pan African University Institute of Water and Energy Science (Cameroon) https://web.facebook.com/pauwesclimateclub


Alieu Jallow, Executive Director, Startup Incubator Team (Gambia) www.startupincubator.gm


Paula Ellinger, Climate programme manager, Fundación Avina and Impulsouth coordinator https://impulsouth.org/