The our government released in July, a renewable

The position of SudanSudan was and still is one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change because of the issue of food security. Thus, as a result of hotter climate and irregular rainfall, much of Sudan has become progressively unsuitable for agriculture and displacing more than 600,000 people due to flood-related disasters.Our fight goes through two important points: limiting population displacement by reducing the consequences of global warming but also managing the reception of those who will nevertheless have to leave.For the first point, our government released in July, a renewable adaptation plan. This plan implements a strategy to use drought resistant crop varieties, more efficient irrigation technologies and improved crop storage.But, despite being one of the most affected countries by climate change, the funding Sudan receives to help combat global warming is significantly lower than other countries. Rich and developed countries must make more effort to help countries like ours that have no resources to overcome the problem. They should also know that if the problem is not well managed they will be destabilized by migration.However, it’s not only money we need but a non-commercial help. It is not a matter of gaining market share for rich countries, but of helping us to build, for example our great green wall or to develop sustainable agriculture without subsidize food, which makes us dependent.Health is also a crucial focus of the government’s adaptation plan but without international fund, researchers, it would be arduous to cope with it. Indeed, studies need to be done to establish the link between rising temperatures, water stress and the spread of diseases like yellow fever and cholera in order to learn how to cope with.For the second point, we must limit the influence of geopolitics during the determination of quotas of displaced the receiving countries would have to host. Thus, it is essential to constitute an independent organization with simple rules that establish these quotas for countries less affected by global warming.Moreover, migrants must be unused to destabilize their country of origin and the neighbouring countries of their host country. Indeed, the example of migration taking place today has shown us that we need to prohibit the climate refugee from becoming nationality-mercenaries