Adaptation to climate change in sub-Saharan African humanitarian situations

This article was updated January 2023

International Climate Initiative (IKI)

Parents prepare the school meals on an improved cookstove. Photo: WFP/Arete/Fredrik Lerneryd
WFP supported cookstove production in Sudan. Photo: WFP/Niema Abdelmageed
The 2nd World Community Power Conference in Bamako, Mali, November 2018. The WFP project coordinator, Raffaella Bellanca, presented the project, talking about energy in the humanitarian context. Photos: WWEA/MFC/
The Inception Workshop for the Adaptation to Climate Change in Sub- Saharan African humanitarian Situations was held in Sudan with the participation of the five UN agencies, instructional partners and local NGOs. In Sudan, the Project will adopt a “no regrets strategy” to enhance the adaptive capacities of households and communities in existing humanitarian programmes that improved access to fuels and technologies for cooking and climate change sensitive sustainable water resources. UN Environment/OCHA Joint Unit (JEU)

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Giorgia Pergolini

Programme Officer @WFP Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction Programmes Unit @Soas