Vibeke Quaade

Communications Advisor

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The river always takes our home away. We need to shift here and there about every six months.Rojeha Begum tells her story during the book launch of People of Many Rivers. It is a compilation...
Migration ought to be seen as a legitimate and effective method of adapting to climate change and a positive endeavor, not negative.This became the main message to take away from the multilogue in...
Violence against women and girl is a severe human rights abuse that continues to take place on a daily base all over the word, also in Bangladesh.With interactive theatre performances in different...
The rain poured down when the concert was about to start but it did not stop the party. To amplify the call for climate justice a stream of the biggest names from Uganda’s music scene had been...
Uganda became a party... Dressed in green climate change T-shirts 40 youth activists under the Climate Action Network* -  Uganda (CAN-U) turn the third day of the climate journey from Bujumbura...
They were supposed to plant 3,000 trees but by the end of the morning 3,600 trees had been planted. When we arrive at 8.30am to the hills of Giticyinyoni, about 5 kilometres outside Kigali, streams...
Community tree planting in Giti Cinyoni outskirt of Kigali city
“Where are you going?” a passerby shouted at the PACJA Caravan of Hope when it left Bujumbura Stadium heading into town. “South Africa”, the driver shouted back in a loud voice. And to make sure...
The PACJA 'Trans African Climate Caravan of Hope' on the road
“A tree can live without me but I cannot live without a tree. If we cut down all the trees, then I will not be here. Human beings will cease to exist if there are no more trees”, says Diane who is...
Burundian caravanite Diane Nininahazwe
Mawazo Josephine was on her way back from the field when the rainstorm started at 5pm in the afternoon. "I have never experienced anything like it. Children were screaming, the roofs from the houses...
Damage was caused to homes in Nyabunyegeri village during a recent rain storm.
Only two more days to go and everyone involved in the preparations are busy like bees. I am in Bujumbura together with Ugandan photographer James Akena to work with the Burundi team preparing for the...
PACJA preparations
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