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Faatiha is an Eleven-years-old sixth grader, presently living in New York, USA. She is a Child Rights Activist and Climate Campaigner. She has already spoken at the United Nations, Ford Foundation, Concordia Summit, Harvard University, Georgia Tech, TEDx etc. She regularly raises her voice against Global Warming, Climate Change, Carbon Emission, Fossil Fuel etc. She talks to stop child abuse, gender discrimination and domestic violence. She has pursued a Professional Development Program on Becoming a Leader from the Department of Continuing Education of University of Harvard.

She has obtained “President’s Award For Outstanding Academic Excellence – Gold Certificate'' at her elementary graduation. She runs her own organization named CHIL&D where I work for Climate, Health, Information, Learning and Development. She became champion in “My Goal – For A Better Future” organized by UN Environment. Her prototype of Space Rover Perseverance and Helicopter Ingenuity have been nominated for display in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory of NASA. She received the Amazing Artist Award in the Ocean Under Threat category at the Advena World Art Competition.

In Sept 2022, she addressed the United Nations HeadQuarter about Youth Perspectives on UN Climate Conferences and Global Cooperation. In 2018, at the age of just seven, she addressed the International Youth Day Conference at the United Nations ECOSOC Chamber on Zero Waste Policy and Climate Justice. The following year, in 2019, she spoke at the 74th General Assembly of the United Nations on child labor, child trafficking and child marriage.