• Imam Mallam Mohammed Aboudaka
    Imam Mallam Mohammed Aboudaka
    All Africa Conference of Churches, Member of Africa Faith Actors Network for Climate Justice

    Imam Mallam Mohammed Aboudaka is an Islamic Religious Minister from Cameroon. Imam Mallam is a member of the All Africa Conference of Churches’ Africa Faith Actors Network for Climate Justice (AFAN-CJ). He is the Imam of Buea and a former Muslim Chaplain at the University of Buea. Imam Mallam has been the Imam of Central Mosque Buea since 2007. He is the South-West Regional President of the Council of Imams and Muslim Dignitaries of Cameroon (CIDIMUC), Secretary General of South West Muslim Community (SOWEEMUC), and a Member of the Program for Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa (PROCMURA).

  • Meryne Warah
    Meryne Warah
    GreenFaith, Global Director of Organizing

    Meryne Warah is the climate change specialist and serves as Global Director of Organizing of GreenFaith.
    Meryne is a passionate and visionary leader who is on a mission to create a more just and sustainable world. She has over 10 years of experience in managing and implementing projects on gender, environment, and climate change across Africa. She has worked with diverse stakeholders, including inter-religious groups, civil society organizations, government agencies, and international partners, to advocate for policies and practices that promote social and ecological justice.
    Meryne is based in Kenya.

  • Osai Ojigho
    Osai Ojigho
    Christian Aid , Director of Policy and Campaigns

    Osai Ojigho is responsible for leading Christian Aid’s advocacy and public campaigning, and its research, policy, and learning in the UK and internationally. She has extensive experience working in international development, with civil society organizations, grassroots movements, feminist networks, youth groups, governments, donors, and inter-governmental agencies. She has actively engaged on key issues, including advocating for international justice before the UN, African Union, European Union, International Criminal Court, Inter-American System, ECOWAS, and the Pan-African Parliament. Her career spans various roles with Amnesty International, Oxfam, the African Union Mission in Mali and the Sahel, and Alliances for Africa.

  • Reverend Henrik Grape
    Reverend Henrik Grape
    World Council of Churches, Senior Advisor on Care for Creation, Sustainability and Climate Justice

    Henrik has worked at the national office of Church of Sweden since year 2000, and as member of ECEN (European Christian Environmental Network) steering committee since 2005 and World Council of Churches (WCC) working group on climate change since 2006. He has been in the planning group of the Uppsala Interfaith Climate Summit (2008) and in the working group that drafted the Church of Sweden Bishops conference bishops letter on Climate Change 2014/2019. He has been a delegate in the WCC delegation to UNFCCC COPs since 2006 and the head of the delegation since 2016.


Dec 04 2023


10:30 am - 11:30 am

Intersection of Financing, Ethics, Human Rights and Climate Justice: Vital Role of Faith Actors – All Africa Conference of Churches & Christian Aid

This panel event will critically examine the nexus of financing, human rights, and climate justice, from a faith and ethics perspective. During the event, we’ll be asking important questions about the role of faith actors in mobilizing communities and advocating on climate justice issues. Our panel will be comprised of faith leaders, policy experts and negotiators, with expertise and experience advocating on climate justice and finance.  We’ll ask speakers to reflect on how their spiritual beliefs has motivated their own climate advocacy. We plan to invite a negotiator or Government representative to offer their reflections on important role of faith actors.