The Kenya Climate Working Group was formed in February 2009 and finally registered in February 2011 as an association under the Kenyan Law (Association Act), The Kenya Climate Change Working Group is a national network of Civil Society organisations uniting voices and action on climate change.
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The world’s least-developed countries have accused richer nations of failing to provide financial backing for a strong new global climate treaty.
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The first negotiation session of UN talks on climate closed with an increasing focus on the need for immediate action on climate
Natural Resourse Management
The Natural Resources Management project is implemented by KCCWG in collaboration with the Ministry of Enviroment,Water and Natural Resourses,parliamentaries through PENERECC,C, the council of governors
Strengthening and Coherence
Through the financial support From Heinrich Boll Stiftung, KCCWG is in its second year of implementing the project.The project seek to empower civil society organization in Kenya successfully lobby for inclusive gender sensitive
Climate Change Advocacy in Kenya
Through support from CAFOD, KCCWG in this project aimed to reduce people's vulnerabilities to climate change and empower them to participate in their livelihoods improvement.