Besides our core program Jo-Jikum has organizing and engaged in a number of local activities such as community, beach, and underwater clean-ups; movie nights where the themes revolve around lessons on keeping the environment safe and clean; expeditions to eradicate dangerous species from coral reefs, and local events such as the RMI Youth Festival where members learn about environmental issues and participate in campaigns that promote the use of reusable bags. Members also attend trainings on island and abroad to build capacity and to develop knowledge on issues pertaining to the environment and climate change.
Jo-Jikum is dedicated to raising awareness internationally on global issues such as climate change. We participated in a number of 350.org (specifically 350 Pacific) activities; engaged at the UN Climate Summit, World Humanitarian Summit, One Young World Summit, and the UNFCCC COP21 in Paris and COP22 in Morocco. Our organization also utilizes several online platforms to inform and engage a wider global audience by sharing information and designing and implementing social media campaigns. Our most successful social media campaign utilized the “1.5 to stay alive” hashtag in the lead up to the Paris COP21 in 2015.
World Oceans Day
Nuclear Victims Remembrance Day
Open Mic Night