The Secretary General of the Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) during on his way preparation to fly to Uganda capital of Kampala Eastern and Southern Africa Climate Change Media Platform & Network scheduled to take place in Kampala, Uganda from 24 to 26 April 2013 organized and sponsored by COMESA Climate Change Initiative in collaboration with the Network of Climate Journalists in Greater Horn of Africa (NECJOGHA)said “Climate change can seem like a remote problem for our leaders, but the fact is that it’s already impacting real people, animals, and beloved places. These Faces of Climate Change are multiplying every day. Fortunately, other Faces of Climate Change are multiplying too”.
“In Somalia Climate change has very real effects on people, animals, and the ecosystems and natural resources on which we all depend’ “However, improving conservation and the environment. I believe Somalia’s climate has been changing for many decades, with rainfall patterns becoming more erratic and the other indicator is that there is a rise in temperature anyway; this all negatively impacts the livelihood of the people is devastating one with a lot of worry and hope next decades Somalia will be better and everyone in Somalia should ensure the peace sustainability to achieve real green growth”. Mr. Daud added
SOMESHA will play a vital role the African climate journalist’s conference and its chief Mr. Daud will do a tremendous presentation over Somalia Climate Change Status and at the end of this forum the journalists will create bigger Climate change network covering the whole of Eastern and Southern Africa region (ESA).
Apart from the remarks, the Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) have joined the African Forest Communicators Network (AFFCOMNET).
AFFCOMNET is Facilitated by the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO), the Africa Forest Communicators Network is a voluntary partnership of forestry communication officers from both private and public sector organizations in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa.
The network aims to strengthen forest communication capacity by sharing solutions and best practice techniques to address forestry issues and challenges in the region.