Gedaref, November 22, 2022 (SUNA) – The acting governor of Gedaref State, Professor Mohamed Abdel-Rahman Mahjoub, called on Sudanese universities through their specialized faculties to come to the communities to enlighten and define the dangers of climate change and the best way to adapt to them, discussing the effects of these changes on the state and their cause of many disasters, especially the recurrence of torrents and floods. In the southern region and the damage it left along the Rahad River basin.
This came when he addressed this morning a workshop for generalizing adaptation to climate change in national policies and plans for the sectors of agriculture, livestock, pastures, water and forests held in City Star Park in the municipality of Gedaref within the national plan for adaptation in the agricultural and water sectors in Sudan funded by the Green Climate Fund and implemented through the World Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). FAO) and the Supreme Council for the Environment and Natural Resources.
The governor-designate stressed the urgent need for such scientific workshops to deal with climate change in the required manner.
It is noteworthy that the workshop targeted the relevant authorities in the states of Kassala, Gedaref and the Red Sea.