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Climate crisis into the Mainstream and Engages
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Climate crisis into the Mainstream and Engages
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There is consensus that climate change should be mitigated and adapted to rapidly. As the change is globally witnessed generally, Karamoja region of East Africa is no exception. With its diverse damages through consistent effects on flora and fauna, the natural resources systems and all other related ecosystems are rapidly being destroyed and depleted, and being the only system that harbors life, the lives are continually being risked. The social and economic spectrums of communities are drawn unequivocally, where the communities experience inequalities. As such, the community’s peace, traditional boundaries, bilingual relations, inter-community marriages, culture borrowing, inter-community trade, cultural celebrations, farming, animal breeding among many other aspects of socialism of the communities have unsparingly been diverted, as others have completely and markedly extinct. All relating effects of climate change have led to a significant drop in natural resources distribution, access, utilization and quality. After this, social economic inequalities are the end result among cross border communities especially the Karamoja community which, has been characterized by violent conflicts, persistent high levels of illiteracy among households, high dependency on pastoralism’s livelihood which is recurrently volatile, poor trading links and poor governance. Consequentially, there is need to respond to critical issues posed by change in climate and suggest mitigations and adaptation to increasing diminishing natural resources and her systems to be able to support the livelihoods and resilience through

  •  suggest a conflict sensitive management and equitable natural resources sharing 
  • and further, enhance  collaboration and learning
  •  strengthen intra and inter community social cohesion
  •   expand cross border inclusive livelihood and employment opportunities,
  •   and further, enhance  collaboration and learning.