01 / 12 / 2023

As the world converges in Dubai for COP28 today, the urgent need to massively scale up action to address the “loss and damage” from climate change becomes increasingly clear in developing countries. Climate change is now an undeniable reality, causing irreversible losses and damages to the most vulnerable communities, ecosystems, and regions around the world, particularly in Africa.

This opinion paper from Dr. Agnes Kalibata (President of Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa) & Amath Pathe SENE (Managing Director of the Africa Food Systems Forum) at Africa Food Systems Forum highlights the voices of smallholder farmers and the most vulnerable communities, for what is needed at COP28 for the Loss and Damage Fund.

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