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A WORD FROM THE PRESIDENT
Why global warming makes me sick.
So much is being said about the dangers and repercussions of exposing our environment to unhealthy levels of carbon dioxide but little is being said about the health risk. With this article we wish to shed a new light on this debate.

Up till last year most politicians and scientist questioned some of the effects of climate change, many have asked questions, if really the biggest cyclone season in the United States was caused by global warming. This debate will obviously continue for a long time.

However if you do believe like I do that droughts, floods, cyclones, irregular change in seasons, bad atmosphere, heat waves are being caused by climate change then you will have reason to look at the problem through my eyes.

Malaria is definitely Africa's biggest killer. It threatens everything Africa dreams of. It has haunted the past, it is killing the present, and the future looks even bleak. With global warming the will be floods after the floods the will be stagnant water and stagnant water is a perfect habitat for mosquitoes and the fore will increase the prevalence of malaria.
Droughts will increase desertification and if the Sahara desert keeps on increasing then that is hell for sub-Saharan Africa. so any way you look at it global warming is a good friend to malaria

Infectious diseases thrive in floods with global warming we will only get much more infectious diseases. Water borne and airborne diseases will increase with larger deserts and bigger floods. Hotter afternoons and colder mornings will also lead to diseases such as the common cold.

Global warming will not cause diseases but will nevertheless increase prevalence of this diseases so it's a collective effort we have to stand up and fight as one.

WHO WE ARE
Ndenge Godden Zama
Shu Moses Ngwa
Atamja Harriet
Ndeh Akenji Christopher
Earl Loni Stevens
Chinedu Emeka
Ndamukong Keneth
Ambebi Numfor
Executive President
Vice President
Legal Adviser
Director of Projects
Director of Human Resources and Logistic Management
Financial Director
Head of Development Division
Head of Climate Change Division

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
  • Fight for all forms of development of Africa
  • Encourage sustainable development with a safe environment
  • Advocate for the protection of our climate and environment
  • Fight for improved standards of living for those suffering from the effects of climate change
  • Do research on development and climate change for the benefit of the people
  • Train people on reporting climate change issues with impact that can affect our societies and behaviors.
  • Pressure Government on good and sustainable politics on Culture, Tourism and Agriculture.
  • Sensitize the population on climate change via print and audio-visual media
  • Fight for the protection of the African Rainforest and other natural environment
  • Do research that will help find solutions for the over dependence on fuel.

PARTNERS
We are inviting partners to our organization as the N.G.O. is citizen based we will wish to have as many partners as we can accommodate.

HOTEL SEME BEACH LIMBE,
MILE 18 BAKINGILI,
CAMEROON
www.hotelsemebeach.com

COPPREA
CAMEROON
www.freetocharities.org.uk/copprea

UNIVERSITY OF BUEA
CAMEROON

CAMEROON ASSOCIATION OF MEDIA PROFESSIONALS
CAMEROON

CAMEROON MEDIA FOUNDATION
CAMEROON

CLIMATE CHALLENGE
UK
www.climatechallenge.gov.uk

JAPAN FOR SUSTAINABILITY
www.japanfs.org

AWARDS - December 2007
Award for initiative and Development
Annual Achievement Awards
The Recorder Newspaper

ACTIVITIES AND PROJECTS IN 2007
We started in March of 2007 and immediately we dived into difficult waters
  • We started our brainstorming radio programs on development and climate change
  • We organized events on Global warming in schools
  • Visited parks and other stakeholders in the eco-tourism sector were we sensitized them on climate change
  • Organized symposium for farmers and thought them how to farm produce and encouraged them on the various drought resisting crops
  • Offered seedlings to farmers
  • Trained students on internship.
A lot more was achieved during the inaugural year.