Hajjat Sebyala UGANDA
I desire to ensure full understanding & compliance by all to the Quranic provisions of AYAH 30:41 which states… “evil has appeared on land and sea because of what the hands of men have earned that God may make them taste a part of that which they have done in order that may return”.
Mankind is simply a steward should leave the world a better place than we found it.
My commitments for COP 21 and future to “Save the Planet” :
To continue reinforcing the faith based approach.
I have a seven year plan (2012-2019) drawn with ARC help and is mid way through its implementation.. coming to NETWORK as part of Uganda Faith Network on Environmental Action
(Pour garder en authenticité, les témoignages des personnalités n’ont pas été traduits.)
International Climate Champion
At a National Level, Hajjat Sebyala initiated the GREENING FRIDAYS in 2010 in collaboration with Uganda Muslim Supreme Council (UMSC). Greening Fridays is a day held every year for Faith Action On Environment where the sermon in mosques is about Islamic teaching and the environment, followed by tree distribution, planting, display, sensitization and sales of environmentally friendly items like energy saving stoves, and charcoal briquettes. (...)
At a community Level, Hajjat Sebyala
- formed the Gomba Women Environment and Development group with 100 empowered women with environmentally friendly economic activities based at mosques in Gomba District, 90km west of Kampala, with 250,000 fruit and indigenous trees planted. Impact over 300 family members
- formed the Gomba Green Brigade for the youth in Environment
- works with the Uganda Muslim Women Association to practice Islamic Farming thereby revitalising the land with higher yields from small area with 10 acres so far revitalized and 50 demonstration Islamic Farming gardens set up (...)