Morocco to Raise $30bn for Agricultural Adaptation in Africa

The Moroccan government has launched a new enterprise that’s aims at assembling 30billion US dollars to assist the agricultural sector in African countries, in order to adjust to climate change.

At the sitting of the 22nd conference of the parties (COP22) set to take place in Marrakech 13th of November, discussions will be held concerning the African agricultural climate adaptation and promising adaptation strategies, which could deliver food security to people suffering from hunger throughout the continent.

The media advisory team of theCOP22 disclosed that 100pecent of African countries already include agriculture in their climate plans, known as Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC), and also talked about the danger that climate change poses to the African continent regarding food security and economic growth.

The African agricultural sector has placed their attention on science and technology.

The event will be focusing on ground breaking solutions, and then special attention will be given to intercessions in sustainable and tough soil management, enhanced water management and climate risk management.

A framework will be developed from major policy recommendations to help with the implementation of the Moroccan Adaptation of African Agriculture Initiative, which applies to the whole African continent.


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