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This is how we can make African agriculture more resilient to climate change

Climate change is already making food insecurity worse. Image: REUTERS/Maheder Haileselassie

Patrick Verkooijen

CEO, Global Center on Adaptation

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The session on strengthening adaptation and resilience in African agriculture at the African Green Revolution Forum in Accra, Ghana, featuring moderator David Nabarro (left), Strategic Director of Skills, Systems and Synergies for Sustainable Development (4SD), Patrick Verkooijen, CEO of the Global Center on Adaptation and Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Co-Chair Commission on New Climate Economy, and Former Finance Minister of Nigeria Image: GCA

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