Climate change and environmental degradation undermine the rights of people
Climate change is a direct threat to a child’s ability to survive, grow, and thrive.
As extreme weather events such as cyclones and heatwaves increase in frequency and ferocity, they threaten children’s lives and destroy infrastructure critical to their well-being. Floods compromise water and sanitation facilities, leading to diseases such as cholera, to which children are particularly vulnerable. Droughts and changing global rainfall patterns are leading to crop failures and rising food prices, which for the poor mean food insecurity and nutritional deprivations that can have lifelong impacts. These also have the potential to destroy livelihoods, drive migration and conflict, and cripple opportunities for children and young people. Children are the most vulnerable to diseases that will become more widespread as a result of climate change, such as malaria and dengue fever. Close to 90 per cent of the burden of disease attributable to climate change is borne by children under the age of 5. The drivers of air pollution are the same as those of climate change.
1. Climate Restore Program
2. Free Plastic Program
3. Filtration Plant
4. Neat & Clean Program
To help Community, Rehmat Ali Foundation is working in different programs
Rehmat Ali Foundation Pakistan is non-profit organization, fully dedicated to humanitarian services. Al-Rehmat’s workers and volunteers continue to work tirelessly for the relief of affected people across Pakistan and worldwide.