Ms. Gladys Habu

Gladys Habu is a passionate climate advocate who has voluntarily campaigned for years on local, regional, and international level to increase awareness on the climate emergency. Driven by the loss of her grandparents’ island called Kale, she focuses on amplifying the voices of those directly affected by climate change and sea level rise. Gladys strongly emphasizes the need to not only engage vulnerable small island developing states in global discussions but equally important, to enhance their accessibility to much needed practical support. She is also a UNICEF Pacific Ambassador focused on improving child and maternal health through her work around climate change, nutrition, immunization, and the prevention of COVID-19. Professionally, Gladys is a full time Hospital Pharmacist at the Solomon Islands National Referral Hospital and currently completing a master’s in clinical pharmacy, International Practice and Policy, at University College London in the United Kingdom. 


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