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Chandrasekhar CHATTERJEE Jan 22
The combined effects of conflict and climate change like more frequent and intense droughts or floods pose severe challenges to development and governance in as they have the potential to destabilize further the entire région.
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Mia Rimby 🇸🇪🇧🇫 Jan 21
Delegation to Niamey conf. happy to meet Dr. Justine Coulidiati-Kielem of Burkina Faso, Head of Women’s platform that urges countries to include women in security efforts. “Let women out of the households, they want to contribute in their communities”
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Ibrahim Thiaw 21h
Demographic growth, climate change, desertification in the : this report from ⁦⁦⁩ sums it up ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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M. BELLO 🇳🇬 Jan 22
Mali 🇲🇱 - Niger 🇳🇪: Climate Change and Conflict Make an Explosive Mix in the . Add Burkina Faso 🇧🇫 and Lake Chad Basin via ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Elena 安舒连 Jan 21
The Conflict Research Unit of is hiring a research fellow to work on business & peace in the . Based in The Hague, super interesting thematic and an even cooler team. Who's in?
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Mooney Young & Associates Jan 21
CLIMATE WAR: Mooney on international efforts to resolve deadly conflicts between Sahel herders and farmers //
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Rida Lyammouri 6h
Cameroon mobilizes military following 5 attacks in the north by suspected militants past month, in addition to growing insurgency in Anglophone regions. Supposedly militants are “recruiting again” in the north! Has it ever stopped?
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Jacobo Quintanilla 6h
Hi , apologies for the random question - what are the worst affected cities by in the region? There is a lot information out there but it sounds like the answer depends on source and metrics used, is that fair? Thanks in advance for any pointers
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Mamadou Sow 3h
Replying to @UN
Temperatures in the are rising 1,5 times faster than the global average. Rains are erratic, and rainy seasons shorter. estimates that roughly 80% of the Sahel's farmland is degraded even as roughly 50 million people in the Sahel who depend on livestock compete for land
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Rida Lyammouri 4h
Algeria - Mali: two militants heavily armed turned themselves in to Algerian authorities in Tamanrasset yesterday. Both joined in 2009 and 2015 but unclear where they were based or operating, or under which katibat (brigade).
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lyse doucet Jan 19
Travelled to with ⁦⁩ team . Our reports on explosive mix this week - climate & conflict ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Sebastien Carliez Jan 22
Climate change and conflict make an explosive mix in the . Our latest findings & data visualizations in & . More
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ICRC Africa 12h
In the , temperatures are rising 1.5 times faster than the global average. Rainfall is erratic and wet seasons are shrinking.
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Pamela DeLargy 20h
Excellent work by Lyse Doucet on the interactions of climate change, food insecurity and violence in the includes discussion with P Maurer of ⁦
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lyse doucet Jan 22
- “an explosive mix of climate change & armed conflict” ⁦⁦
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Mamadou Sow 3h
THREAD! This is why and how and war make an explosive mix in the and .
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Adam Sandor Jan 22
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Rida Lyammouri Jan 22
: Militants have been carrying deadly attacks and not waiting until the elections to do so. Information Minister comment: "Mercenaries from neighboring have been recruited to target top government officials," is déja-vu blame game.
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WFP Canada Jan 20
With flexible funding from a number of donors, including 🇨🇦 a major food crisis was averted in the in 2018, where farmers experienced their worst lean season of the last four years. WFP reached over 3 million people with food assistance.
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Rida Lyammouri Jan 19
: PM said based on what he knows so far Canadian Edith Blais disappeared in mid-December in Burkina is alive. They have not made it to Togo, maybe they made it to another neighboring country under different circumstances!!
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