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Climate change negatively affects access to education. Extreme weather events and other climate impacts can inhibit access to schools or close them altogether, reduce household incomes and therefore families’ abilities to invest in education, and interrupt attendance when vulnerable populations are forced to migrate. Increasing the resilience of education systems can reduce these risks. Resilient education systems can also educate individuals and communities on climate adaptation and encourage future climate action. USAID’s Climate Strategy recommends increasing the resilience of the education sector to ensure learning continuity and the development of climate adaptation skill sets, especially for underrepresented and vulnerable populations.

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Our 2024 Photo Contest theme is In Focus: Communities Confronting Climate Change. Submissions will be accepted beginning June 5, 2024 until July 19, 2024.
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The resilience of education systems and infrastructure can reduce climate risks to education outcomes.
Green Group youths conducted an outreach session to protect our wildlife: reduce buying and eating bushmeat, a theme two Social and Behavior Change Communication campaign, with students at the Prek Leap National Institute of Agriculture, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, to spread awareness and promote positive action to reduce buying and eating bushmeat.
Forests and wildlife are important parts of Cambodia's national heritage, but they are rapidly disappearing from the country’s landscapes and protected areas, due to overexploitation, land use change, climate change, and conservation crimes.

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