Children trained to preserve environment

“Preserve the environment”- Hon Tayebwa to Children

During the flagging off of the Children Climatic Change Murch, the deputy speaker of the 11th parliament Hon. Thomas Tayebwa advised children to preserve environment.

On the event organized by Uganda’s little hands go green at KCCA grounds, the minister for Kampala and Metropolitan affairs hajjat Minsa Kabanda also graced the occasion with different dignitaries and different schools in Kampala Metropolitan.

The event wasa attended by different schools from Kampala metropolitan.

In his address the deputy speaker of the 11th parliament Hon. Thomas Tayebwa urges children to preserve the environment since they are the first ambassadors and appealed to schools to be part of this initiative of the children climatic change Murch

The minister for Kampala and metropolitan affairs Hajjat Minsa Kabanda in her closing remarks, appealed to Ugandans to focus on planting fruit trees in order to preserve environment and stop hunger as well. She also emphasized parents to plant trees in homes as a sign of promoting green environment.

The MP Nakawa East Hon. Balimwezo gave a recommendation that the authority should coordinate all trees in cities in order to avoid these who cut trees without permission and requested parents and teachers to emphasize on norms, culture and teach children how to preserve environment.

The CEO of Little hands go green Joseph Masambe highlighted the importance of engaging little ones in protecting the environment.

By Ismail Tenywa

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