Nigeria: Strengthening Rural People’s Voices on Climate Change, Food Security and Poverty
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Nigeria: Strengthening Rural People’s Voices on Climate Change, Food Security and Poverty

Connecting Gender for Development (COGEN), Nigeria
€ 7,970
Ref. 1865
Connecting Gender for Development (COGEN) was established in 2003 by a group of women’s rights activists concerned to promote greater awareness of gender issues in northern Nigeria in relation to questions of social justice. COGEN seeks to raise the voices of poor rural farmers in the climate change debate and its effects at the stages of planning and implementation. The project tackles this problem by giving rural poor people an opportunity to be heard in the media and creating links with local council officials. Project activities include the development of a training manual for journalists, a training course, local town meetings, the production and dissemination of a five-minute documentary, and the publication of a series of stories by participating journalists. The intended outcome is that journalists become more sensitive to issues of climate change and poverty and highlight local voices in their reporting leading to state and local policy makers involving local farmers in talks on climate change, food production and poverty. Journalists and their organizations will dedicate more time to reporting climate change issues.

Contact:  Ms Surma Ngukwase
Executive Director
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