For 40-year-old Naima Abu Shawareb living in Al Shaati refugee camp, the electricity crisis has brought increased hardships over and above what she was facing already.
Oxfam spokesperson Caroline Pearce said:
On economic growth:
As the international community mobilizes in response to global climatic changes, climate funds must ensure the equitable and effective allocation of funds for the world’s most vulnerable po
Women are on the front line of coping with and adapting to the effects of climate change.
The economic crisis continues to affect many women and men living in poverty.
Women are bearing the brunt of the climate burden. That's why they must have their voices heard in a global agreement that affects them so much, says Helena Christensen.
This report gathers people’s observations of climate change in Malawi and what it means for their lives and livelihoods.