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Use rich polluters’ money for African agriculture – DW – 11/20/2022


Uganda's Vanessa Nakate, Uganda and other protesters holding up placards
Ugandan climate activist Vanessa Nakate is among those who continually highlight the effects of climate changeImage: Fayez Nureldine/AFP/Getty Images

Straight from the end of the Sharm el-Sheikh COP27 climate talks, African leaders must rush back to the drawing board.

Now, more than ever, the continent needs to figure out how millions of people exposed to the devastating effects of climate change can be helped.

The truth of the matter is that financing from richer nations to help mitigate effects of global warming is no longer a dependable source.

George Okach

DW’s George OkachImage: privat

Hunger toll set to soar

Drought-driven famine is predicted to hit “code red” level in the Horn of Africa.

As a result, millions of vulnerable Africans are bracing for extreme hunger in the coming months, the…



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