ACCES Vulnerability Full Report

After the Africa Dialogue Forum in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Africa, Climate Change, Environment and Security
Although local government and international financial partners should put priorities on helping African local communities to adapt and become resilient to climate-induced water challenges, there is also a need for regional governing entities, such as the African Union, to provide for an authentically African political oversight. This in turn requires the establishment of an effective functioning Executive Bureau from within the African Union capable of monitoring and assisting locally implemented water-related programmes and other human security mechanisms.
Author: 
ACCES -Editor: Daniel Fiott
Type: 
Report
Publication year: 
2010