AA / Ouagadougou / Dramane Traoré
More than 10.5 million people in Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger and Mauritania are willing to spend money during the sunset period (between two harvests, when the supply reservoirs are exhausted), as long as the food crisis which breaks the region is encapsulated by the conflict, as prevented by the International Committee of the Croix-Rouge (CICR) in a communicated, Jewish.
According to the source, at least 2 million people have contraindications to relocation to Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger and Mauritania by suite, which is 70% in Burkina Faso or has an occupancy rate of close to 10% of the population, 1.8 million people, less than six people, in this area of security.
“Fragile children, deviantly extremely vulnerable populations whose contraindications are offset by displacement. They may not have access to their terrains to practice their agricultural or lifting activities, their internal deviations being permanently deviant and water “, alert the CICR.
The situation is particularly prevalent for the millions of people in the region that remain in areas inaccessible to humanitarian organizations due to environmental insecurity. Certaines populations, notably Burkina Faso in the cities of Pama, Mansila, Kelbo, Madjoari and Djibo, face the dramatic situations, rapping the ONG.
“Violence in the Sahel is not intended to exacerbate the food crisis, otherwise it is a source of origin. of persons concerned “, declared Patrick Youssef, director of CICR for Africa quoted in the communication.
Subject to the negative effects of climate change, the region is also fragmented by the secrecy of the maximum grave without decays.
Niger and Mauritania produce up to 40% of their average annual growth rate, with Mali having a base of 15% and Burkina Faso 10%, followed by communications with Mauritania as well as biomass production up to 80% in the areas in the process of brushing and securing.
More than 80% of Sahel’s population devotes to farming for survival and while violence takes place in a region where habitats are still burning. As a result, crops do not have to be planted, harvested or harvested, exposing themselves to internal risks at the risk of food insecurity, famine, or CICR exploration.
In Mali, in the tri-frontal region of Liptako-Gourma, 80% of the arable land is traversed in more than 100 villages, the crops being removed and the habitats being supplied, according to the CICR.
According to the same source, in the northern regions of Burkina Faso, between 30 and 50% of the cultivated lands are permeated in the area of Niger, along with the Niger, Tillabéri and Tahoua regions, the means of subsistence of milliseconds of smokers being anecdotal, the menace of violets preventing them from gaining ground and the surrounding villages having been displaced inside the country.
The kind of milliseconds of persons coinciding in the Sahel zones which remain inaccessible to the CICR and to other humanitarian organizations in the light of the fact that their territory is particularly prevalent.
“It must be provided to all those who believe in it and provide a way to reduce the tension that exacerbates tensions. Humanitarian organizations must be able to operate freely and safely in their own environments.”
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