Climate change causes temperatures in the Sahel to rise 1.5 times faster than the global average. By 2050, more than 85 million sub-Saharan Africans are expected to be forced to migrate because of climate change, insurgency, and other regional challenges
In the entire Sahel region, interdependent factors, such as extreme poverty, climate change, armed conflict and insecurity, drive the staggering levels of structural, chronic and acute vulnerabilities. If these interconnected root causes are not addressed regionally, because of the fluidity of the Sahel context, challenges will grow in depth and numbers.
If we don’t do anything , 85 million sub-Saharan Africans to be forced to migrate mostly to Europe in next three decades
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UN is Calling for the SAHEL