In line with the advocacy of One Million Mobilization, the focus has shifted to child & youth-led initiatives aimed at safeguarding the environment and mitigating the pressing climate crisis. Children have emerged as inspiring leaders, spearheading an extraordinary campaign against plastic waste, with 550 actively participating in tree planting and rallying for change. Prior to their involvement, an enlightening session raised awareness about the severe consequences of environmental pollution. To address the escalating threat of plastic dumping, a comprehensive clean-up campaign mobilized 700 members from the Child and Youth Forums across multiple locations. Simultaneously, efforts were made to awaken local communities and markets to join the fight against plastic pollution.

In the Shyamnagar community, 192 children fearlessly led the charge in collecting plastic, inspiring their community to combat the plastic pollution crisis. The Beat Plastic Pollution community and the children and youth forum collaborated to make this remarkable initiative possible. As Bangladesh faces soaring temperatures, the imperative to plant trees as an indispensable solution becomes abundantly clear.

Amidst soaring temperatures, tree-planting activities in the Mirpur and Gaibandha LRP communities left a lasting impact, with approximately 350 children and youths actively involved. In Gaibandha, the distribution of tree saplings to around 300 children and youth further strengthened their collective influence, inspiring local residents and fostering a deeper connection to their surroundings.

The unwavering determination of children and youth has propelled the battle against plastic pollution and rising temperatures to new heights. Their resolute efforts serve as a powerful call to action, reminding us that individual actions hold the key to reshaping our environment and securing a sustainable future for generations to come.