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  • Zimbabwe: Zim Climate Change Mitigation to Cost U.S $10 Billion

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE will require $10 billion to meet the costs of climate change adaptation and mitigation in the next five to ten years, but Treasury has told those that did the costing "you... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Thousands Displaced By Heavy Flooding in Unity State

    Sudan Tribune

    Heavy flooding in Unity state's Payinjiar county has destroyed crops and displaced hundreds, according to Simon Kuol Beliew the secretary of the South Sudan Relief and... Read more »

  • East Africa: Drought-Hit Horn of Africa UN, IGAD Appeal for Humanitarian Aid

    Daily Independent

    The UN and East Africa's regional community on Monday, appealed to the international community to move swiftly and avert a looming humanitarian disaster in the Horn of Africa... Read more »

  • Sudan: Torrents, Floods Destroy Homes, Isolate Villages in Darfur, Eastern Sudan

    Radio Dabanga

    Torrents led to the collapse of 371 homes in El Salam camp for the displaced, south of Nyala, capital of South Darfur. In eastern Sudan, 11 villages have been isolated by floods. Read more »



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September 13

  • Kenya: Mandera Drought Now Near Emergency Level

    The Star

    THE National Drought Management Authority has raised the red flag in Mandera if it does not rain in the next two weeks. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: LRT Receives Climate Financing

    Reporter

    The United Nations Office of Project Services (UNOPS) furnished a loan of 150,000 dollars to the Addis Ababa Light Rail Transit project (LRT) Read more »

  • Gambia: A 29 Year Old Woman Dies in Heavy Wind Storm

    Foroyaa

    Mrs. Fanta Susso, a twenty nine year old married woman, died instantly on the spot on the evening of Wednesday, 10th September, 2014 at Fajikunda when a tree uprooted by the wind... Read more »



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