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Fri, 02 Mar 2018 17:59 - Updated Fri, 02 Mar 2018 17:59

Angola moderates debate on Environment

Niamey - The Angolan Environment Minister, Paula Francisco, moderated today in Niamey, Niger, the debates of the Women and Environment Forum, which focused on issues related to climate change and migration.

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The forum has been held since Thursday in the capital of Niger, as part of the celebrations of the African Environment Day, to be marked on Saturday.

Representatives from several African countries are discussing the objectives and agenda in Niger of the African Union's efforts to address the challenges of the environment, migration and gender equality on the African continent.

Angola, Burkina Faso, Niger and Sudan presented experiences on efforts to empower women and their access to land.

The forum also discussed the issue of strengthening the role of women in natural resource management with the presentation of the case of community forest management in The Gambia and the Great Green Wall in Senegal.

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