Violence against women "reinforces people’s vulnerability to other risks” including climate change
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Flood alerts sent via text message and social media can save thousands of lives, say experts.
Women are most adversely affected by disasters and yet are rarely "put front and centre" of efforts to protect the most vulnerable
The region must move away from simply responding to the effects of drought and prepare for the worst, the FAO said.
Water available per person is set to reach a tenth - or less - of what it once was, experts say
As urban growth and climate change boost demand for water, Kenya's capital is searching for new sources
"They (men) look at us differently because we can even lend them money or pay our children's school fees"
"If we're genuinely serious about supporting vulnerable people, we need to be doing disaster risk reduction in conflict settings."
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