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Climate change is a justice issue. Those who have the least political and economic power, and the least responsibility for the changing climate, are affected the most. Nicaragua is particularly vulnerable — being the fourth most at-risk nation in the world due to changing climates.
Amos Trust supports seven communities in Teustepe in Nicaragua through our partner CEPAD who work in isolated rural communities, addressing the impact of climate change and causes of extreme poverty.
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For the next five years, we are partnering with CEPAD to empower seven communities in Teustepe with the skills, knowledge and community resilience required to address their own problems.Read more
The late, great Gilberto Aguirre from CEPAD in Nicaragua tells the story of the Mama Chicken and the Elephant — a metaphor for how the relationship between international development and small grass-roots organisations can sometimes be problematic.Read more about Gilberto
“When I was a girl, I remember the rainy seasons as having more rain. You used to know when to plant, but now you don’t. We have a climate that’s changed.”
— Rosa from La Concepción in Teustepe, Nicaragua
A short social-friendly snippet from Amos Trust's Once In A Lifetime climate justice summit in Cambridge — 23/24 September 2019.Watch Now
A free downloadable collection of poetry and creative writing with an emphasis on Climate Justice, ‘Little Spaces of Hope: More Thoughts and Reflections from Amos Trust’ is available now.Free download
Planting a seed represents the embodiment of hope and the promise of new growth. Plant seeds in solidarity with our partner CEPAD and the communities of Teustepe in Nicaragua.Find out more
We must all work together in the fight for Climate Justice. No faith group, pressure group or NGO can possibly tackle this emergency on their own. What groups and organisations are out there that support our call for Climate Justice?Find out more
We have to act and we need to start small and build from there. Here are 8 things you can do to reign in Climate Change according to Friends Of The Earth.Read more
Those who have the least political and economic power, and the least responsibility for the changing climate, are affected the most.
We partner with CEPAD in Nicaragua to empower seven communities in Teustepe with the skills, knowledge and community resilience required to address their own problems.
A short social-friendly snippet from Amos Trust’s Once In A Lifetime climate justice summit in Cambridge in September 2019 when we were joined by climate activists, thinkers and doers.
We support rural communities in Nicaragua through our partner CEPAD but we can’t do it without your help. Every penny goes to supporting those most affected by climate change.
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