More than 400 decision makers, experts on migration and development from 69 countries including 53 African countries are converging on Rabat, Morocco to discuss climate change issues in the continent.
The event, which is tagged “The impact of Climate Change on security in Africa”, is expected to start on
Tuesday where economists, international organisations and other major companies will brainstorm on the issue.
The organisers, Atlantis Think Tank in partnership with International Forum for Security Technologies, would provide a platform for exchanges and reflection on the security issues of the African continent.
“The 2019 edition of the Africa Security Forum will open a new field of enquiry that is timely to address as it is at the heart of the world’s concerns and Africa’s.
“The Forum discussions will be focus towards Food Security and Water Management, Demographic Growth and Agricultural Development, and Anticipating Tomorrow’s Solutions.”
The 2-day event is expected to end on Dec. 3. (NAN)