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Climate-related disasters are becoming more prevalent and more harmful – both economically and in human terms, with poor people hit hardest. Therefore, we need a continental disaster prevention and response program that builds up stronger early warning systems and is entirely more effective and...
The Pan Africa Programme took part in a policy dialogue convening themed: “Agency and Accountability: Securing Citizens’ Voice and Participation in Africa’s Agriculture Development” from the 2nd to 5th April 2019 in Kigali, Rwanda. The forum brought together partners and like-minded institutions to...
The road EN6 (national road number six)
The Africa Climate Week organized by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and hosted by the Government of Ghana has just ended. The event held on the 18th and 22nd March sought to broaden stakeholder engagement and will be instrumental in demonstrating that there is...
Small holder farmers in Burundi
The world is letting down Africa’s smallholder farmers – and governments across the globe urgently need to more than double their spend on helping them adapt to the brutal daily realities of a climate that is already changing. Small-scale farmers, herders and fisher-folk, who produce the majority...
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