We are proud to announce the official launch of the “Resilient Recovery for Vulnerable Mothers Living in Urban Slums” project, which is a partnership between Association of Women in Agriculture Kenya (AWAK) and the Coca-Cola Foundation, the global philanthropic arm of the Coca-Cola company.
The project seeks to improve food security among urban slum families who have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic with more than 37,000 people benefiting from the project over the next three years.
The global care crisis is being exacerbated by the global climate emergency, with interlocking impacts that threaten lives and livelihoods in all parts of the world. Climate change will intensify the work involved in caring for people, animals, plants and places. Despite this, the intersection of care work and climate change has been little focus.
Join our Chairlady for the launch of a new report in the #CSW66 side event as she reacts to the research findings on nexus care and climate change.