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Winnie Cheche Mentions and Participation

Winnie Cheche is a young environmental activist based in Nairobi, Kenya. She is the communication director at Kenya Environmental Action Network, where she uses her skills to raise awareness about climate change and its effects on poorer nations and communities. Winnie’s passion for nature and wildlife led her to pursue a bachelor’s degree in wildlife management, but she faced difficulties finding work in her field. Instead, she turned to social media and started her own blog to promote education and awareness on the topics she is passionate about and connect with other people doing the same.

Winnie is an active volunteer and participates in climate action-oriented innovations and activities, as well as shares stories of Kenyan youth to inspire others to join the cause. She is also an eco-blogger and collaborates with various groups such as the Environmental Journalism Society of Kenya, Kenya Environment Action Network, Africa Climate Activists, and One Up Action Africa. Her main focus is on educating the youth and teens about conservation, climate change, and domestic tourism.

Winnie has witnessed the effects of poaching on wild animals and the impact of climate change on her own community. She has also helped to set up sustainable vegetable gardens at orphan centers, teaching the children about sustainable farming practices. Winnie volunteers with various organizations that engage in activities such as mangrove planting, tree growing, cleanups, activism, webinars, workshops, and conferences.

Her ultimate goal is to create a world where people willingly protect the environment without the need for policing or laws. She faces challenges such as lack of political will for conservation and lack of funding for her activities, but is motivated by her love for nature and animals. Winnie believes that when people love and value nature and wildlife, they will coexist in an ecofriendly environment.

Global Citizen

Winnie Cheche is a young environmental activist based in Nairobi, Kenya. She is the communication lead at Kenya Environmental Action Network. Climate change disproportionately affects poorer nations and communities as a result of rising sea levels, destruction of natural habitats, and extreme weather events. Winnie’s passion for nature and wildlife led her to pursue a bachelor’s degree in wildlife management, but she faced difficulties finding work in her field. She used social media to promote education and awareness on the topics she is passionate about, and connect with other people doing the same. Winnie’s goal is to inspire people to love and protect the planet and its wildlife.

https://www.globalcitizen.org/en/content/winnie-cheche-climate-activist-in-my-own-words/

Climate Story Lab

Winnie Cheche is an environmental activist, conservationist, blogger, climate activist, and volunteer based in Nairobi, Kenya. She is the communication lead at Kenya Environmental Action Network. Through her blog, she promotes awareness of sustainable living and wildlife conservation in Kenya. She participates in climate action-oriented innovations and activities and shares stories of Kenyan youth to inspire others to join the cause. Her goal is to encourage people to fall in love with the planet and wildlife and to protect it as custodians of nature.

Winnie Cheche

Regreening Africa

Winnie Cheche is an eco-blogger, climate activist, conservationist, and volunteer to several youth groups. She promotes sustainable living and wildlife conservation through blogging, social media, activism, and events. She has witnessed the effects of poaching on wild animals and the impact of climate change on her own community. She has also helped to set up sustainable vegetable gardens at orphan centers, teaching the children about sustainable farming practices. Winnie volunteers with various organizations that engage in activities such as mangrove planting, tree growing, cleanups, activism, webinars, workshops, and conferences. Her goal is to create a world where people willingly protect the environment without the need for policing or laws.

https://regreeningafrica.org/uncategorized/winnie-cheche/

EnviroWild

Winnie Cheche is a blogger based in Nairobi, Kenya who promotes sustainable living and wildlife conservation through her blog, which she started in 2017. She collaborates with various groups such as the Environmental Journalism Society of Kenya, Kenya Environment Activists Network, Africa Climate Activists, and One Up Action Africa. She has a background in Wildlife Management and her main focus is on educating the youth and teens about conservation, climate change, and domestic tourism. She is motivated by her love for nature and animals and her goal is to inspire people to appreciate and protect the environment and wildlife through awareness creation and mentorship. She faces challenges such as lack of political will for conservation and lack of funding for her activities. She believes that when people love and value nature and wildlife, they will coexist in an ecofriendly environment.

https://envirowild.org/winnie-sustainable-living-and-wildlife-conservation-enviro-wild/

UrbanBetter.science

Winnie is a conservationist and environmental blogger from Kenya who promotes sustainable living and wildlife conservation through her blog. She tells the stories of Kenyan youth climate activists to inspire others to protect the planet. She is passionate about nature and wildlife conservation and believes that as custodians of nature, it is our duty to protect it. Winnie has worked with various organizations and initiatives that focus on nature and climate, such as Greenpeace, Pass the Mic Climate, Black Girl Environmentalist, and Kenya’s Climate Change Directorate. She is also a blogger and social media manager for KEAN (Kenya Environmental Action Network).

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Greiner Talks

Winnie Cheche is a climate activist and eco-blogger from Kenya who advocates for sustainable living and wildlife conservation through social media. In an episode of Greiner Talks, she met with host Alexander Berth in Nairobi to discuss activism, plastic pollution, and global inequalities. Winnie shared her vision of how to make people fall in love with the planet, the importance of an informed society, and the need to make saving the environment a habit for everyone. She emphasizes the importance of protecting the planet and people and how it’s beneficial for all.

https://greiner-talks.simplecast.com/episodes/greiner-talks-with-winnie-cheche

AfECN

Panelist during the Early Childhood Development as a Tool for Building Climate Change Resilience, Adaptation and Mitigation – Experiences from Asia Pacific and Africa.

Winnie Cheche is an eco-blogger who is dedicated to using communication to create a positive environmental impact amid the challenges of the climate crisis. She is currently the Communications Director for Kenya Environment Action Network, where she has implemented a strategy that has made the organization one of the most well-known environmental youth groups in Kenya. Additionally, she is leading the YMA Going Green Initiative under the Young Muslims Association, an NGO that is introducing eco-friendly practices in orphanages and promoting nature education among teenagers and young people.

https://afecn.org/ecd-climate-change

Kate on Conservation

Cheche Winnie is an individual who believes that as custodians of nature, it is our duty to protect it and not harm it. They believe that educating and raising awareness about conservation is crucial for preserving the environment. They also think that local communities should be better informed about wildlife, as they are the key to its survival. Cheche Winnie invites others to join them in exploring, condemning negative actions towards nature, speaking up for it, fighting for it, and becoming informed about the environment.

https://kateonconservation.com/2021/01/05/100-wildlife-bloggers-who-are-bettering-the-world/

HBEOnline

Winnie Cheche is a quality coordinator team leader, blogger, communication director and volunteer in Kenya. She advocates for sustainable living and wildlife conservation through her blog and social media platforms. She has been featured by various organizations including Nation Media, Global Citizen, La Stampa Newspaper, Greenpeace International, GreenPeace Africa, GreenPeace UK, Pass the Mic. She also working on helping Orphan centers set up gardens powered by bucket drip irrigation systems for their vegetables. She initially faced the hurdle of not being able to secure a job in the wildlife sector but turned her passion into writing, activism and volunteering. She advises others to believe in themselves and not let rejection slow them down.

https://www.hbeonline.com/single-post/winnie-cheche-kenya-believe-in-yourself

The 2022 African Economic Conference (AEC 2022), Panelist

Winnie Cheche is a team leader for the Young Muslims Association Going Green Initiative and the Communications Director for Kenya Environment Action Network. She has implemented a successful start-up strategy for the movement, making it one of Kenya’s most recognized environmental youth groups. Winnie has led fast-paced campaigns, such as Local Conferences of Youth Kenya 2021, Climate Live Kisumu Concert 2021, Nairobi Earth Optimism Event, Updated Kenyan National Determined Commitments, and Youth consultations. She also co-led the launch of the Kenya Energy Research Compendium which raised the KEAN brand globally. Winnie also runs a blog to promote sustainable living and advocate for wildlife conservation.

https://aec.afdb.org/en/speakers/winnie-cheche-team-leader-young-muslims-association-going-green-initiative-577