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The African Water Facility Supports Somaliland to Build Resilience to Water Stress and Climate Change

The African Water Facility Supports Somaliland to Build Resilience to Water Stress and Climate Change

The AWF held on February 21, 2017 a launching ceremony and workshop to officially kick-start the Water Resources Management and Investment Plan project for Somaliland. The AWF has provided a €3-million grant to support this project in the aim of building resilience to climate change and reducing water stress in Somaliland. The launching ceremony, opened by the Honorable Hussein Abdi Boos Minister of Water Resources was attended by 37 participants including Ministers of Mineral and Energy, Environment, Rural Development and Agriculture as well as representatives from the AWF, the African Development Bank, the United Nations, bilateral and multilateral partners. Ultimately, the AWF Water Resources Management and Investment Plan project will improve the management of water resources and attract investments for better water infrastructure and services in this country particularly vulnerable to drought and climatic conditions. The local population and economy will greatly benefit from this project, particularly in the pastoralism which is one of the key sectors of the Somaliland economic growth.

Catégories: Somalie, Adaptation au changement climatique, Atténuation des effets du changement climatique, Gestion intégrée des ressources en eau, Protection contre les inondations et les sécheresses

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La FAE contribue au renforcement de la résilience au changement climatique pour des millions de pasteurs en Somalie

La FAE contribue au renforcement de la résilience au changement climatique pour des millions de pasteurs en Somalie

(en anglais seulement) Mogadishu, Somalia, 19 November 2014, -The African Water Facility(AWF) announced on Wednesday, November 19 that it has offered a €3-million grant to the Republic of Somalia to support a project designed to build resilience to climate change and reduce water stress in Somaliland. The project is expected to improve the management of water resources and attract investments to build water infrastructure and improve water services. Around 3.5 million rural and urban people stand to benefit from the project, as well as 2 million nomadic pastoralists.

Catégories: Somalie, Gestion intégrée des ressources en eau, Adaptation au changement climatique

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