ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, December 4, 2012– Food production, livelihoods, various socio-economic sectors and well being of Africa will gain from better and more accurate climate information according to the African Union Commission (AUC).
Tumusiime Rhoda Peace (2nd from right).
Tumusiime Rhoda Peace, African Union Commissioner in charge of Rural Economy and Agriculture, said this on the occasion of the dinner Dialogue organised at the margins of CoP18, on Monday 3 December 2012, in Doha, Qatar.
The diner dialogue Held under the theme “Are we investing ‘enough’ in climate services for Africa’s development?” aims to provide an avenue for closer interaction, to raise awareness of stakes and opportunities and to renew the commitment to the programme including by generating the required financial support for its effective implementation.
Commissioner Tumusiime, underscored that the credible climate services constitute a good foundation for managing risks and leapfrogging development, noting that what we usually tackle in…
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