COOPI – Project North Darfur : Strengthening Local Communities’ Resilience to Climate Change

Over 80% of North Darfur’s population practice agropastoralism thus directly rely on natural resources, like forests, rangelands, soil and water. However, years of conflict and reliance of human and livestock population on natural resources is increasing environmental degradation. Climate change related risks and challenges as manifested by rising temperatures, decreasing and variable rainfall patterns, presence of more dust storms and sand dunes movements, reduced productivity of farmlands and rangelands, and increased the frequency of bush fires. 

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