Talk Africa : Grappling with Disaster

A flooded homestead in Tana river county../FILE
Climate change has become very real for Africans in the recent past. It has caused thousands of deaths, cost millions in property damage and brought untold suffering to hundreds of thousands across the continent.
A flooded homestead in Tana river county../FILE
Are African governments equipped to manage these disasters? Are there early warning systems in place? What can be done to mitigate the effects of these disasters?
Join us on Talk Africa as Beatrice Marshall talks with  Steve Collins: CEO The African Safari Foundation ,Dr Alex Awiti:  Founding Director of the East Africa Institute at the Aga Khan University and Karen Rono:  Regional Technical Lead at Development Initiatives to see what ways African countries can equip themselves to handle disasters better.


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