As climate woes worsen, Africa's economies suffer, UN says

As climate woes worsen, Africa's economies suffer, UN says

[Independent - Africa] - 15/03/2023
Up to 9% of some African nations’ budgets is being spent on responding to extreme weather events, findings at a U.N. conference for African finance ministers revealed in Addis Ababa in Ethiopia on Wednesday
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