2010 WEST AFRICAN FLOODS
The floods in West Africa in 2010 had 1.5 million people affected, left 400 dead, and worsened the Cholera Empidemic.
ETHIOPIAN FAMINE OF THE 1980s
Caused by a huge drought in 1983, all the crops died, and in result, over a million citizens have died. Many citizens were displaced to Southern Ethiopia and leave their home.
CLIMATE CHANGE OF
Although Africa barely emits any fossil fuels, Africa will face significant consequences such as drought, wildfires, and floods.
Climate change threats the developing economy of many countries in Africa. Future World Bank operations in West, East, Southern Africa will focus on long term fresh water supply.
SEASON-BY-SEASON TEMPERATURE OF