Malawi Higher Education Institutions Network on Climate Change Learning (MHEINCCL) will soon be hosting its first Climate Change Learning Conference which will take place in Lilongwe at Crossroads hotel on 24th October 2022.

Co-Chairperson of MHEINCCL, Cosmo Ngongondo said the conference has been organized to inform the country about Climate change especially tertiary levels.

Ngongondo said, “This conference has been organized to educate everyone about the climate change, knowing that climate change is impacting on all aspects of human rights.”

“Academic institutions have a key role in this aspect because it affects everyone, the more they know about it the better the country in controlling climate change.” Said Ngongondo

The conference will include scientists and academicians who will address the conference such as Dr. Jessie Kabwira Kapasula, Prof Sosten Chiotha among others.

The network is in partnership with Malawi University of Business and Applied Sciences (MUBAS), University of Malawi (UNIMA), Nalikule College of Education, and Mzuzu University (MZUNI) among other stakeholders.

Everyone is eligible to attend the conference and all participants will be required to pay a fee of K150, 000.

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