Helping Ethiopian Farmers Adapt to Climate Change and Flooding

500km from the country's capital Addis Abeba, a small village of Berebeyu is grappling with the realities of climate change. In May 2019, the International Organization for Migration, in collaboration with a local implementing partners joined hands with the community to launch a project that seeks to stem the tide of environmental degradation.

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Sheik Yimam Shikuru, a 80-year-old Berebeyu village elder who had floods destroy his farm.

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