Leaders demand increased climate finance for African livestock systems

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ASHENEWS reports that livestock keeping in Africa is being recognized as a credible climate solution, as it is a means to provide valuable agricultural resilience to climate extremes. According to experts ahead of the COP28 climate conference in an open letter, in sub-Saharan Africa, millions of people rely on livestock such as camels, cows, and donkeys, along with goats, sheep, and chickens, to meet their food, livelihood, and income needs, especially in regions where crops cannot grow.