Drought, migration, and conflict in sub-Saharan Africa: what are the links and policy options?

@inproceedings{Adaawen2019DroughtMA,
  title={Drought, migration, and conflict in sub-Saharan Africa: what are the links and policy options?},
  author={Stephen A. Adaawen and Christina Rademacher-Schulz and B. Schraven and N. Segadlo},
  year={2019}
}
Abstract Droughts are becoming more frequent and severe due to ongoing global climatic changes, contributing to the loss of farmland, declining crop yields, and loss of livestock in especially arid and semiarid areas across the globe. Drought affects water availability and quality, pastoral livelihoods, and hydroelectric generation in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Rural societies in SSA have long adapted to droughts, but growing impacts on food security, water, and rural livelihoods, combined with… Expand

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