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The Niger basin climate resilience investment plan : a shared initiative for the benefit of the population - overview : Le plan d’investissement pour la résilience climatique du bassin du fleuve Niger : une initiative commune au profit des populations - resume (Francês,Inglês)

The Niger River and its tributaries is a vital lifeline providing drinking water, irrigation, aquaculture, energy, and transport throughout the nine countries. Poverty, heavy reliance on natural resources, ongoing conflicts, and political instability make this one of the most fragile basins in Africa. Climate variability has long been a challenge for development in the basin. Climate change will compound these extreme events and raise further obstacles to the region’s achievement of the sustainable development goals related to water management, food security, environmental sustainability, and health, among others. Scientific studies suggest three areas of particular concern for the region over the next few decades: an overall rise in temperature, provoking increased evapotranspiration; a rise in sea-level in the maritime delta; an increased variability of rainfall and extreme weather events, resulting in floods and droughts. Despite climate vulnerability and insufficient resources to adequately plan for future scenarios, two key elements that bring hope to the region for addressing these particular challenges: (1) a history of cooperation between the riparian countries of the Niger basin; and (2) an exceptionally high potential for sustainable development that includes resilience-building and strengthening of adaptive capacity.

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  • Data do documento

    2016/01/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    102849

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    África,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2016/01/20

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Le plan d’investissement pour la résilience climatique du bassin du fleuve Niger : une initiative commune au profit des populations - resume

  • Palavras-chave

    Spring Meeting;resilience to climate change;Adaptation to Climate Change;impact of climate change;vulnerability to climate risks;climate change response;variability of rainfall;Access to Education;vulnerability of woman;deterioration of water;high population density;high child mortality;climate change adaptation;extreme weather event;distribution of investment;climate resilient development;climate resilience;water resource;riparian country;water stress;negative effect;water quality;groundwater stock;shared benefit;sustainable future;international partners;produce market;sea level;heat wave;integrated development;alternative livelihood;ecosystem degradation;fetching water;national climate;heavy reliance;adaptation financing;adaptation process;institutional measure;national border;project selection;hydrological information;inland fishing;food production;hydraulic infrastructure;hydraulic structure;grazing land;coastal area;resource mobilization;hydroelectric infrastructure;resource protection;intergovernmental agencies;Displaced Population;migration pressure;demographic growth;affordable energy;adaptive capacity;Natural Resources;political instability;climate variability;annual temperature;ongoing conflicts;clean water;mitigation measure;scientific study;climate vulnerability;climate monitoring;potential contribution;River basin;freshwater species;agricultural potential;adequate infrastructure;irrigation potential;hydropower generation;high vulnerability;

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