Displacement, Despair and Disease in flood-ravaged Sudan | Inside Story

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More than 100 people have died and tens of thousands of others have been forced from their homes. Disease lurks in stagnant water, posing yet another threat to survivors at a time of global pandemic. With ageing infrastructure and unreliable drainage systems, how will Sudan cope with increasingly erratic weather patterns in a changing climate? Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra Guests: Nisreen ElSaim, Chair of the UN Secretary General’s Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change Waleed Madibo, Founder & President of Sudan Policy Forum Francois Gemenne, Professor of environmental geopolitics and migration dynamics at The Paris Institute of Political Studies –

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