Today’s package will highlight efforts by organizations, environmentalists and climate experts in the Sahel in managing resources, well, in this case, we are talking about water.
A precious commodity whose scarcity has resulted in deadly confrontations among communities.
In Niger, for instance, access to portable drinking water is a challenge, a situation an
annual campaign known as the West African Caravan hopes to address.
In Mali, a climate expert believes better and coordinated cooperation towards the care for the Niger River will address the issue of water scarcity in the Sahel.
While in Ghana, Energy Minister Matthew Opoku Prempeh justified the spillage of the Akosombo Dam that displaced 26,000 people.
On a positive note, the Beninese government is moving closer to achieving National climate resilience after receiving approval for 36 million dollars in concessional loans from the African Development Bank.