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Climate Change at the centre stage for Lake of Stars

4 monthes ago   |   By SolarAid

It's the dry season in Malawi and the roads are dusty, which means that, even though it's hot in the car, we keep the windows shut as we drive up North. The closer we get to our final destination, Kachere, in Nkhata Bay, just next to Lake Malawi, the land around us gets greener.
This is where the famous music, arts and culture festival, Lake of Stars, have set up camp for four days. Lake of Stars is promoting Malawian culture at a space where the international and the local community mix and meet, and the line-up is packed with music performances, poetry readings and workshops.
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