The two day first and ever creative climate café aimed at celebrating the world environment day by tapping into participants’ creativity in voicing their dissatisfaction with climate issues through different forms of artistic protests being hosted by the MCI Media hub.
Different creatives such as poets, artists, photographers, story tellers, musicians, innovators graced themselves at the event to tap in their various imaginations as they reflect on gender and climate change issues. They engaged in discussions and also presented some of the work that has been made to create awareness to the society on how to improve on our climate.
The main guest of honour was the French Ambassador to Uganda H.E Jules-Armand Aniambossou who was really excited on supporting the first ever climate café to help in building and improving on our Environment.
A young talented poet Ishaq Nsubuga presented an exciting poem on climate to encourage young youth and people to protect our environment.
In a tweet by the French embassy clearly showed their full support and availability at the Climate change Café.