KAMY is a climate justice and feminist organisation led by young people to push for the climate emergency declaration in Malaysia. We believe that nurturing meaningful partnership, peacebuilding and strengthening constituencies across civil society organisations and vulnerable groups like Indigenous communities, women and youth, set the foundation for people-led climate action.
WHO IS KAMY?
Ensuring that government and businesses entities fulfil their responsibilities as duty-bearers.
Empower vulnerable communities, such as Indigenous People, women, and youth, to actively participate in climate governance and decision-making.
Engage both state and non-state actors to promote narratives of a just and feminist economy.
Dedicated to coalition-building across civil society, fostering knowledge and resilience.
5 FOCUS AREAS
Gender & Women
and Human Rights
Just Energy Transition
KAMY PROGRAM STRUCTURE
Ili Nadiah Dzulfakar
Lensa Iklim Researcher
Lensa Iklim Coordinator
Malaysian Climate Emergency Coalition (GDIMY) Secretariat
Sekolah Iklim Researcher
Weaving Hopes researcher
Curator Resource Hub