Climate change: World Bank scales up investments to increase resilience in Burundi

image of the collines of Burundi

Burundi's collines are vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Image: Ange Dany Gakunzi/Banque mondiale

Juergen Voegele
Senior Director, Food and Agriculture Global Practice, World Bank
Veronique Kabongo
Country Manager for Burundi, World Bank
Arame Tall
Senior Adaptation and Resilience Specialist, Climate Change Group, World Bank
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Climate change is a worrying threat to conflict-affected states such as Burundi. Image: Ange Dany Gakunzi/Banque mondiale
the process of scaling up investment into Burundi's colline landscapes
The World Bank has committed to scale up activities nation-wide to cover all collines. Image: World Bank

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