• Sabrina Dhowre Elba that the effect of climate change on farmers is a topic that should be dealt with so that farmers do not suffer a major effect.

• She was appointed UN Goodwill Ambassador for IFAD in April 2020.

with his wife Sabrina Dhowre
Idris Elba with his wife Sabrina Dhowre
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Sabrina Dhowre Elba, the wife of movie star Idris Elba is in the country for a field visit with farmers in Embu county.

Sabrina who is International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) Goodwill Ambassador said she is interacting with Embu county farmers to talk about climate change and how it affects them.

Sabrina Dhowre Elba was appointed UN Goodwill Ambassador for IFAD in April 2020.

In a recent video, Sabrina said she hoped that the effect of climate change on farmers is a topic that should be dealt with so that farmers do not suffer a major effect.

"We spent the day on the field with primary in beautiful Kenya which is my second home. It's been really enlightening to see what I have always believed in that the rural community in nations and in continents like Africa work really hard if not harder than everywhere else," she said.

Sabrina Elba added that she has had a conversation about how farmers protect their crops from climate changes.

"Myself as a Canadian I see the effects of the effect climate change but am hearing from the farmers here how they wield their crops and I hope the government will also have a say in that."

This is not the first time Sabrina has visited the country.

In 2021, she spent some time with her family in Kilifi.

The supermodel shared lovely photos and videos on her Instagram showing off the beautiful place she is staying in, the coastal town.

In the said posts, Sabrina gushed over the country, saying she loved the continent and was not ready to leave.

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