Water Justice in Africa: A Kenyan activist's struggle to save the world's largest desert lake

Join us for a panel discussion featuring Ikal Angelei, a Kenyan activst who is working to protect Lake Turkana from Africa's most environmentally destructive dam, Gibe 3.

When: Wednesday, Nov. 4, 6pm
Where: UC Berkeley, Boalt Hall, Room #115 (map)

Ikal Angelei is a dynamic young activist from Kenya, and passionate defender of Lake Turkana, the world's largest desert lake. As Program Coordinator for Friends of Lake Turkana, Kenya, she is working to stop  the Gibe 3 Dam in Ethiopia, which would cut off the lake's flow and threaten the livelihood of hundreds of thousands of people.

This event will also feature presentations by Dr. Terry Odendahl, CEO, Global Greengrants Fund and Lori Pottinger, Africa Campaigns, International Rivers.

This event is co-sponsored by the Boalt Hall Committee for Human Rights, The Boalt Environmental Law Society, and Boalt Students for Environmental and Economic Justice

This event is free and seating is limited. Please rsvp to: karolo@internationalrivers.org or 510 848 1155 ext. 301