Educating future generations to be ambassadors to their parents about climate change.
This is our Campaign Day when we share and want the children to demonstrate their understanding of climate change through drama, debate, and quizes.
Sustainable Actions in this Community
December, 2020: Evelyn and her community are celebrating World Soil Day by picking up plastic trash next to their local lake.This is a great way to activate your community! #worldsoilday
CITIZENS CLIMATE LOBBY UGANDA
CELEBRATING WORLD SOIL DAY. (DEC/5/2020) KAYUNGA -19TH/DEC/2020
THEME: WHY SOLI IS ONE OF THE MOST AMAIZING THING ON EARTH?
WORLD SOIL DAY, we would like to recognize the indigenous cultures, worldwide and their long standing soil management whose knowledge has been our shadowed by modern soil science.
We would like to incorporate knowledge of soil material and agronomic properties coupled with awareness of geomorphic properties coupled with awareness of geomorphic and ecological process that creates and distribute earth material, knowledge of the water sheds rule in contributing sediments and organic matter to replenish agricultural soil fertility in encapsulated climate change terms, so we translate into forest and soil or simply plants and soil, tree and soil, bacteria and soil, worms and soil, animals and soil, the plant litter and topsoil and upper 4 horizons trans parted by run off from uploads to fields.
Looking into new systems and considering intercropping organic methods or agro forestry method which are new scares to environmental degradation and excessive amounts of pesticides.
• Collecting material degrading our Mother soil (town).
• Collecting materials around to water shed (river side).
• Display of types of soil and its benefits.
• Display of health food which is nutritious
• Display of nitrogen fixing plants.
• Cultural dance.
• Poem about the gradation of mother earth.
• Say about our mother soil.
SOLUTION TO OUR SOIL
• Protect our soil. By;
• Keeping the soil covered continually.
• Reducing soil disturbances
• Maintaining living roots in the soil.
• Increasing plant diversity.
• Introducing animal life in the system.
• Taking time to teach the family about loving soil.
• Collecting degrading materials.
Dear (Barton) Rubenstein. thank you very much for your kind words, and whatever your doing for mother earth! Let's do the good work to make awareness among the youth and Adults of All nations. Let's not leave the program for kids only let involve the parent as well, they need to be informed again as our mother earth has taken long to be rehabilitated. Here in Uganda I am involving Adults, such that they can as well give the story how mother earth was beautiful before! Thank you once again, hoping to work hands in hands for bright greener mother Earth!
Yours Evelyn Namuwolo.
Above are photos of our agricultural work in our community.
Am here asking kindly if you can send me some parachute s for more demonstration to the youth, I have groups in Uganda, both sex's, the ones you send me will do a lot for others to get a meaningful of what is mother earth.
They will also make others which will be taken to rural areas.