In the Sudan due to climate change there will be famines. Temperatures are rising, water supplies are limited, soil fertility is low and severe drought are frequent phenomena. After several years of desertification, its rich biodiversity is under threat and drought have hampered the fight against hunger.
This burden affects not only the country's food security and sustainable development, but also home to many Sudanese families. Dust storms known as "Haboob" - have also grown in this region. Moving, giant thick wall, they carry sand and dust burying the home, increasing evaporation in the region, and also wash away valuable fertile soil. Experts say that without rapid intervention, part of the African country is one of the most vulnerable populations in the world may become uninhabitable as the result of climate change.
The temperature of the Sudan is expected to increase significantly. By 2060 is projected to rise from 1.1
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