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Sudan Battles Worst Floods In One Century

Torrential rainfall, mostly in Ethiopia, has caused the River Nile to overflow downstream in Sudan causing flooding that has killed dozens of people and destroyed homes in 17 states and the capital, Khartoum. The Nile rose about 17.5m late in August, the highest level it has reached in about a century, according to authorities. The …

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Expect More Floods In August and September – Hydrological Agency

Nigeria will likely experience more flooding, especially in August and September going by the pattern already established, according to Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency (NIHSA). “By our prediction, August and September are very critical for flooding in Nigeria. “If as early as June we are losing lives and property occasioned by flooding in some parts of …

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Desertification Threatens Livelihoods In Northern Nigeria

Nigeria’s Minister of Environment, Dr Mohammed Abubakar,  at an event to mark 2020 World desertification day in Abuja, disclosed that 35 per cent of the total land area in the country was threatened by desertification.  The United Nations General Assembly In 1994, declared  June 17 as “World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought”  to promote …

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Cameroon Spends $2 Million Annually On “Green Sahel” Reforestation Project

In its fight against desertification in the three northern regions of Cameroon, the government launched an operation of afforestation dubbed “Green Sahel” in the early ‘70s during the reign of Cameroon’s first president Ahmadou Ahidjo. Due to some other environmental initiatives, the operation was suspended for some years but re-launched in 2008 on the instructions …

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Lake Chad: 3 Endangered Savannah Elephants Killed In Nigeria – Cameroon Border Community

At least three elephants belonging to a herd of 300 savannah elephants were killed on May 16, 2020, in Kala Balge Local Government Area in northern Borno State of Nigeria, HumAngle has learnt. Cameroonian MP Kamssouloum Abba Kabir, who represents the Far North Region, made the development known in a statement. The elephants seasonally visit …

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