World Bank to invest over $5bn in African Drylands

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World Bank to invest over $5bn in African Drylands The World Bank plans to invest over $5 billion in African drylands over the next five years to help restore degraded landscapes, improve agriculture productivity, and promote livelihoods across 11 African countries on a swathe of land stretching from Senegal to Djibouti. World Bank Group President David Malpass announced the investment at the One Planet Summit, a high-level meeting co-hosted with France and the United Nations that is focused on addressing climate change and biodiversity loss. “This investment, which comes at…

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