Africa: El Niño Disasters – Govts Know What’s Coming, but Are Unprepared – What Must Change

[The Conversation Africa] Drought disasters in southern Africa are mainly attributed to a lack of preparedness, inadequate response and mitigation and poor risk reduction measures. With little to no preparation for drought disasters, such as the failure of the staple maize crop, the only option after the disaster hits is delayed relief action. 

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