Gift Trees In Mali
Why Plant in Mali?
Climate change effects are increasingly felt in Mali, in the form of higher temperatures, reduced precipitation, and a moving desertification front.
- Droughts are expected to increase in frequency and severity, weakening the Mali’s agriculture and GDP.
- The country’s agroecological zones have been pushed to the south over the past 50 years, with average rainfall down by about 200 millimeters and average temperatures up by 0.5°C over the same period.