As a communication specialist and a powerful young female spokesperson, Sarah Badr is determined to lend her voice to unheard voices from Africa and the MENA Region, amplifying youth contribution and advocating for inclusive climate discussions and actions.

Sarah carried the hopes and dreams of young migrants and underprivileged communities with passion and engagement, leveraging Mobility for Youth Development in Africa" session under the 3rd APRM youth symposium in Kampala, Uganda; to the IOM-UN Migration Partners Briefing in the MENA Region on the outcomes of the International Migration Review Forum (IMRF), and in several international events as an Official Spokesperson for the World Youth Forum.

Sarah also joined the panel discussion of “The road to #COP27, marking 150 days to go” at the British embassy in Cairo with her excellency Dr Yasmine Fouad, Minister of the environment in Egypt and His Majesty’s Ambassador to Egypt Gareth Bayley, moderated by Ruth Cocks, the Deputy Director of the British Council Egypt. 

She strongly advocated for a #COP27 that is inclusive of all voices and brings opportunities for partnerships, green financing, new technologies and enhanced capacity-building for Africa and the MENA Region.

Sarah was a finalist at FameLab Egypt competition by the British Council, one of the biggest science communication competitions in the world, where she enhanced her communication skills.

She is now using her voice to amplify other voices for climate action.