This community project is helping Djibouti’s population access water and withstand climate change

Better water management can help push back agains the effects of climate change. Image: REUTERS/Adriane Ohanesian

Mohamed Medouar

Senior Agriculture Specialist, Middle East and North Africa Region, World Bank


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Mr. Ibrahim Elmi Secretary General, Djibouti Ministry of Agriculture

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