African Voices for Africa’s Forests- Gender, Indigenous Rights, and Restoration

Produced by the African Climate Reality Project and ReWild Africa | 2022 | 9 min.

2024 Official Selection

It’s our responsibility as African climate justice activists to fight for our forests and create awareness around sustainable forest and soil management, restoration, and protection as carbon sinks and to inspire people to use nature-based and people-centered solutions. This is exactly what ACRP’s latest short film showcases.

Ewi Lamma, a young climate activist from Cameroon, has committed her life and work to changing the status quo by working with local communities, women, and youth. Her work is inspiring people to speak up and take part in local decision-making while protecting the environment and Indigenous knowledge.

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