Climate change 'poses drought risk for Africa' - 25 Feb 2008  
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Climate change expected to reduce rainfall 25% in Africa. A recent report by the United States Agency for International Development’s Famine Early Warning System Network (FEWS NET) is projecting that climate change-induced drought is likely to decrease food supplies from 10-20% throughout Africa.

It was suggested that solutions such as increasing agricultural production by 15% could overcome this shortage.

Thank you FEWS NET for monitoring the risks associated with climate change in Africa. May the Providence bless all people and governments to find the solutions we need to save precious lives on our planet.