Rwanda is not among countries noted for high emissions of greenhouse gases, but air pollution still causes some problems, both for public health as well as for the cost of health care. It has been associated with diseases like bronchitis, asthma, and other respiratory conditions.
CEO Little Hands Go Green Joseph Masembe representing Uganda at the 6th Conference on Climate Change and Development in Africa
The Superstar Kids Go Green Festival is a social movement, which has grassroots in schools where mentors from Little Hands Go Green organisations set up by Joseph Masembe, visits schools weekly to teach children about planting trees and the benefits of caring for mother nature.
As the world prepares to celebrate the World Environment Day, Uganda’s Little Hands Go Green and National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) are teaming up to drive awareness, excitement and sensitize Ugandans about conservation of the environment.
Superstar kids show is airing tomorrow on NBS Television at 8:30AM.
This is what happened behind the scenes
The 3rd Edition Of International Children’s Climate Change Conference took place on 22nd April at Rainbow International School. See how it happened.
On April 22nd, Uganda Little Hands Go Green organised the second edition of the International Children’s Climate Change Conference at Rainbow International School.
Tomorrow Saturday 16th April 2016, from 9AM to 1PM, Uganda’s Little Hands Go Green will join Rainbow International School for the first ever ‘Swimathon’ as a way to raise money for tree seedlings during the launch the International Children’s Climate Change Conference 2016.
On Friday 22th April 2016, Rainbow International School will play host to the third International Climate Change Conference for Children.
The event is being organized by Uganda’s Little Hands Go Green and My Kid is a Superstar in partnership with Vivo Energy Uganda, National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), National Forestry Authority (NFA) and the National Council for Children
Uganda got its independence in 1962 at Kololo Independence Grounds. On sun 21st December, President Museveni became the first president in Uganda’s in Uganda’s history to plant a tree at the site where this great nation was born. He also did it in style with Uganda’s Little Hands go Green. He gave valuable lessons to the children , sang for them and promised to spend more time with them at the next Green Fest.