Enhancing Resilience to Climate-Induced Conflict in the Horn of Africa
Source: International Food Policy Research Institute , 2014
Author(s): Margherita Calderone, Derek Headey, Jean-François Maystadt
Horn of Africa,
The interaction between climatic shocks and conflict has long been thoughtto have negative effects on vulnerable communities. Climatic shocks are considered to be one of the root causes of conflict, especially in resource‐constrained settings. Atthe same time, conflictstend to exacerbate existing vulnerability, leading to poverty‐conflicttraps atthe household, community, and national levels. Large parts of the Horn...