Nigeria kickstarts efforts to head off climate disasters

Reuters: Alhaji Gimba Suleiman, a 72-year-old rice farmer from Ozahi in Nigeria's south-central Kogi State, lost his house in the huge floods that displaced 2 million people and affected a total of more than 7.7 million in the West African nation last year. He's still living in temporary accommodation 15 km away, going back each day to tend his crops, but is getting help from the Red Cross to rebuild his destroyed home. "I am sure of the quality of the house that has been built. It will be able to withstand......

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