African school children raise concerns about emissions; get massive support

African school children raise concerns about emissions; get massive support

- School children in Africa have raised concerns about issues such as emissions and climate change

- They sent a message to the political leaders about the urgent need to provide solutions

- Social media users have endorsed their efforts and praised them for their action

Two Malawian school children have sent an important message to world leaders and received massive endorsements from social media users.

According to them, there is an urgent need to reduce emissions and political leaders need to do more to deal with the issue.

Another African who is yet to be identified called for continuous protests so that solutions are provided.

African school children raise serious concerns about emissions and get massive support

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Per a report by BBC News Africa, he added that Africans need to plant trees and reduce emissions. The rich countries, he suggested, need to assist with civic education focused on climatic change.

In his opinion, all that political leaders do is to give promises and they, therefore, need to be pushed to provide solutions.

Social media users have applauded those behind the message for the efforts:

Lackman believes Africans are responsible for our own issues.

Waluka added that climate change has not been given enough attention.

Schmitz also stated that it is indeed a true and sad situation.

Cobham argued that America and the UK are part of the greatest contributors to environmental degradation.

Kebede called for a practical change in the world to deal with climate change.

In other news, poor women in Kenya are prolonging the lives of their babies with a Toto Care Box.

The box, per information available, contains all the items needed to keep the babies healthy.

BBC News Africa reports that the box contains items such as sheets, boxes, nets, medicines, and mattresses.

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