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Pakistani Youth Activist, Jayya Kanwal Jaggi, Selected as International Youth Climate Delegate

Islamabad (Asghar Hayat) In a remarkable achievement for Pakistan’s youth advocacy, Ms. Jayya Kanwal Jaggi has been chosen to represent the nation as part of the prestigious International Youth Climate Delegates Program. This program, designed to empower young leaders in the fight against climate change, has selected Ms. Jaggi as one of the 100 delegates who will actively participate in the upcoming COP28 process.

The International Youth Climate Delegates Program focuses on nurturing the potential of young individuals who are dedicated to addressing the urgent challenges posed by climate change. Ms. Jaggi’s selection stands as a testament to her unwavering commitment to environmental causes and her impactful work as a youth activist in Pakistan.

As she joins the assembly of international delegates, Ms. Jaggi will have the unique opportunity to contribute her insights and ideas to the global conversation on climate action. The program aims to provide these young leaders with valuable experience, enabling them to actively engage in discussions, negotiations, and decision-making processes during COP28.

The 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28) is anticipated to be a pivotal moment in the global fight against climate change. Ms. Jaggi’s presence as a youth delegate will ensure that the voices and perspectives of the younger generation, often most affected by environmental challenges, are heard and considered in the international discourse.

This achievement not only recognizes Ms. Jaggi’s individual dedication but also highlights the potential of youth-led initiatives in shaping the future of our planet. As Pakistan stands proud of its representative, the international community looks forward to the contributions and insights that Ms. Jayya Kanwal Jaggi and her fellow youth delegates will bring to COP28.

Ms. Jaggi’s journey as an International Youth Climate Delegate serves as an inspiration for other young activists, encouraging them to actively engage in climate advocacy and work towards a sustainable and resilient future for generations to come.

The world eagerly awaits the outcomes of COP28, where Ms. Jayya Kanwal Jaggi and her peers will play a crucial role in shaping the trajectory of global climate action.

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