Archive What have we learned from the East African drought?

  • By Thomson Reuters Foundation
  • 18/07/2017
July 18, 11 am BST / This online debate will discuss how different communities in East Africa were affected by drought, how they coped – for example through climate information or index-based insurance – and how effective the response from the international community has been. Our panel of experts includes Gebrew Endalew, chair of the Least Developed Countries group, and Shukri Ismael Bandare, Somaliland's environment minister

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