Middle East and North Africa

This is how we inspire young people in the Middle East to join the fight against climate change

An Egyptian couple chat at the top of a mountain area that looks over Cairo during a smoggy day July 12, 2008  REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih   (EGYPT) - GM1E47D07VG01

The Middle East is already recognized as the the “hottest and driest” region on Earth by the World Bank. Image: REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih

Asmaa Abu Mezied
Women's Economic Empowerment Coordinator, Oxfam
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