The 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference or Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC, more commonly known as COP28, was the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference, held from 30 November to 12 December at Expo City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
In alignment with COP28, our outreach encompasses the resilient inhabitants of Koyra Upazila in Khulna—a region inherently vulnerable to disasters and grappling with the insidious effects of climate. Thereby, Amal Foundation orchestrates an awareness campaign, amplifying the previously unheard voices and impassioned pleas of these communities to our planet’s conscience.
A symphony of heightened awareness and proactive efforts harmonizes in our battle against climate change. With unwavering dedication, we persist in our mission to elevate their livelihoods, offering solace from the pervasive impact of climate change on their existence.
In today’s global tapestry, climate change has woven itself into the intricate threads of our daily lives, casting a palpable shadow worldwide. Regrettably, the unbearable consequences disproportionately afflict marginalized communities residing in the proximity of coastal regions. As the world confronts this escalating challenge, the plight of the disadvantaged underscores the urgency for collective action and sustainable solutions to alleviate the adversities imposed by climate change.