Weathering Climate Change in Sudan
Women in arid parts of rural Sudan, where water is becoming increasingly scarce due to climate change, are learning techniques to adapt to new weather patterns which will build their resilience for the future, thanks to support from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
Women farmers in Sudan are being encouraged to take a more active role in their communities.The livelihood of many farming families is under threat due to the cumulative effects of conflict, economic and political instability, coupled with increased water consumption from population growth and agricultural development; climate change is the latest threat.
Read more here about how other farming communities around the world can learn from Sudan’s farmers and fight their own water crises and adapt to climate change.
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