Climate change has produced larger droughts than usual in Africa’s desert regions in the north, west, east and some southern areas, while other areas are becoming wetter. The temperature has risen an estimated 0.5C since 1900. Erratic weather patterns can lead to many food crises such as widespread hunger, and even cause the spread of water-borne illnesses such as malaria and cholera in areas prone to heavy rain.
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