Climate Change: An Earth Day Reality

Imagine this, you rise up early in the morning, before the sun and begin to prepare your day. As the main provider for your family, you strap your newborn onto your back, grab your basket and immediately go out to gather food. Perhaps you live in the rural areas of Accra and you work as a Kayayei (female porter or a carrier of loads; burden bearers). You risk your life daily for a few Cedis in hopes to feed your family. Women across the globe are forced into extreme, vulnerable conditions risking their lives trying to live. Abject poverty is their existence that is constantly under attack and one reason is climate change and all that is associated with it. Climate is the observation and stu

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