Thursday, 19th May 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search

Africa grapples with climate finance issue

The continent is upping the pressure on wealthy nations to make good on their climate finance pledge. But a lack of expertise on the ground has also stalled crucial adaptation projects.

Related

19 Feb
The internet is an essential resource for daily life. We use it to stay informed, for school and increasingly for work. But major inequalities in terms of access to the web persist. Africa lags behind much of the rest of the world in terms of connectivity, deepening existing inequalities. The spread of misinformation is also a major issue across the continent. For more on what's being done to address these challenges, Nnenna Nwakanma from the World Wide Web Foundation joined us for Perspective.
18 Feb
To preserve and honour the legacy of South Africa's iconic leader, Nelson Mandela, his home, which was a symbol of his presidency and struggle against apartheid, has now been transformed into a luxury hotel.
18 Feb
Senegal's President Macky Sall, the current AU chair, talks to DW on the crises affecting the African continent and cooperation with Europe.
26 Feb
As climate change takes its toll, warm winter and unreliable snow are now the new reality. Will skiing become a relic of the past? Ski resorts can improvise and adapt, but can they survive? We take a closer look in this edition of Down to Earth.
21 Feb
The first case of wild polio to be reported in Africa in five years has been confirmed in Malawi. Africa had been declared polio-free in August 2020.
26 Feb
The "Uprising of the Last Generation" group sought to block access to airports in Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich in protest of food waste in Germany.
27 Feb
The practice of force-feeding babies and toddlers is common in many African countries. Health experts warn that while this gives adults full control it can harm a child's development.
25 Feb
Africa continues to be plagued with conflicts, extremist activities and governance instabilities. But why are these conflicts and instabilities not disappearing? What can a body like the African Union do to resolve the situation? The founder and executive director of African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD) based in South Africa, Dr. Vasu Gounden talks to DW.
5 Mar
The world was shocked when the Omicron variant was discovered in South Africa last year. But life is almost back to normal there. The government has lifted most lockdown restrictions, and tourists are flocking back.
3 Mar
At AfricaNXT 2022, our panel considered the changing faces of content creation across time and explore the role of technology and social media in this evolution, focusing on what this change means for Nigerian content creators and what the future holds.
5 Mar
Many African parents wrongly believe that having overweight children symbolizes affluence in society. Nutritionists are now seeking to educate them on the health risks posed by obesity and being overweight.
12 Mar
Nigeria, Senegal and Algeria have criticized Ukraine's effort to recruit international fighters for its war with Russia. Analysts say those who have responded to the call need to reconsider.