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NGO raises awareness on climate change on children’s day

By Ojugbele Omotunde

A non-governmental organisation (NGO), Climate and Sustainable Development Network (CSDevNet) has called on Nigeria children to refrain from engaging in any activities that could exacerbate the effects of climate change on society.

The programme officer of the organisation, Mr.Paul Joseph made thr call on Monday in honor of Nigeria’s Children’s Day, while paying a courtesy call at Pilot Primary School, Kwali in Abuja.

Joseph encouraged Nigerian students to take climate action, emphasizing environmental cleanliness, waste reduction, and pollution prevention.

He underlined the importance of the NGO raising awareness in order to combat climate change and create a more sustainable environment.

The pupils were taught to respect public warnings and promote cleanliness by recycling and reusing waste, promoting a circular economy approach.

Students were also taught to plant trees to help prevent climate change at school, and there was an exhibition of arts and crafts made from waste, such as bags, shoes, and outfits.

Headmaster Danjuma Shagi who was represented by Senior Master Agani Jonathan welcomed the hosting of CSDevNet for climate change awareness creation at the school and assured the NGO that the learned lessons would be implemented for a friendly environment.

 

 

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