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Rapid Assessment on Information Ecosytem and Access to Justice for SGBV Survivors, Kyangwali Refugee Settlement, Uganda
Vulnerable and under-represented populations—in particular women, youth, and indigenous communities—often face a serious information gap when it comes to solutions-based information on how to adapt to climate change’s impacts.
Twenty-seven year old Helen Fortunate Mayelle is Media and Communication officer at Refugee Law Project based in the war torn northern region of Uganda, where she has found a passion for video advocacy, using it to fight injustices and human rights abuses.
Luganda is Chairman of the Network of Climate Journalists in the Greater Horn of Africa (NECJOGHA), one of several regional networks of journalists covering environmental issues worldwide that partners with Internews’ Earth Journalism Network.
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