Climate warning
Image of Government of Nigeria

Government of Nigeria

Climate warning

Desert swallows livelihoods as climate shocks continue in northeast Nigeria

More communities on the fringes of the Sahara desert say they are losing their farmlands and homes.
Toshia, Nigeria – In a remote corner of Nigeria’s northeastern state of Yobe, lie communities surrounded by vast sand dunes stretching as far as the eye can see. In recent years, the desert has been coming closer to these commun
Image of post in post detailed view

ities, a development that continues to affect the lives of people there.Toshia town in Yunusari local government area, close to the border with Niger, is one such community. Rides to the town involve old, crowded four-wheel drive vehicles, with passengers squeezed into every available space – including the rooftop, bouncing around as the vehicle navigates the soft sand.

Do you agree?

25 more agrees trigger contact with the recipient

  • Kevin

    14 w

    Mitigation of the devastating effects of climate change is a matter of urgency and needs to happen real soon

    • walter lungayi

      14 w

      The impact of climate shocks on livelihoods in northeast Nigeria is devastating. It's crucial to address the challenges faced by communities in this region and work towards sustainable solutions.

      • Princess

        14 w

        Urgent attention is needed to address the challenges faced by the communities affected and to develop resilient solutions to mitigate further damage.

        • johnte ndeto

          14 w

          Climate disasters are real and any measures that could help mitigate the same should be enacted

          Welcome, let's solve the climate crisis together
          Post youtube preview with preloading
          youtube overlay

          Write or agree to climate reviews to make businesses and world leaders act. It’s easy and it works.

          Write a climate review

          Voice your opinion on how businesses and organizations impact the climate.
          0 trees planted

          One tree is planted for every climate review written to an organization that is Open for Climate Dialogue™.

          Download the app

          We plant a tree for every new user.