ActionAid set to train journalists in West Africa on agroecology, climate justice

ActionAid Nigeria through the Strategic Partnerships for Agro-ecology and Climate Justice in West Africa (SPAC-West Africa) project, funded by ActionAid International is organizing a Regional Media Engagement with journalists from 15 countries on Agro-ecology and Climate Justice.

The four hours training according to a letter of invitation on Thursday in Abuja by Communications Coordinator – ActionAid Nigeria, Oluwakemi Akinremi Segun, is to enhance the knowledge of climate change and agriculture reporters on agro-ecology and climate justice and to foster meaningful conversations on in-depth reportage and promotion of agro-ecology and climate justice in West Africa.

“Allow me to extend my sincerest commendations for the outstanding reportorial work you consistently deliver. Your dedication to providing insightful coverage on crucial issues, particularly within the realms of agriculture and ecology, has undoubtedly made a significant impact in informing and empowering our communities.

“In line with our shared commitment to fostering informed discourse and driving positive change, I am writing to extend an invitation to nominate a reporter from your Food and Agroecology Desk to participate in our upcoming event.

“As part of our efforts to engage stakeholders and raise awareness about agroecology and climate justice, ActionAid Nigeria through the Strategic Partnerships for Agroecology and Climate Justice in West Africa (SPAC-West Africa) project, funded by ActionAid International is organizing a Regional Media Engagement on Agroecology and Climate Justice.

“The primary objective of this engagement is to enhance the knowledge of climate change and agriculture reporters on agroecology and climate justice and to foster meaningful conversations on in-depth reportage and promotion of agroecology and climate justice in West Africa,” he said