AfriAlliance Social Innovation Factsheet 1.3
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Climate change is expected to alter temperature, air movement, and precipitation in various ways and to varying degrees across Africa with consequences for human health, nutrition, agriculture (e.g. reduction of crop yields and lifetock productivity), and water scarcity. Extreme weather events (EWEs) such as droughts and floods are also projected to be more frequent and more intense, with direct consequences for human life and health [a].


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