The Deputy Director in Charge of Sustainable Livelihood at the National Disaster Management Organization, Bright Elorm Doviavu, has indicated that NADMO is working with the Ministry of Food and Agriculture and other stakeholders to build the capacity of farmers along the White Volta to undertake to early maturing seeds for planting.
He said when that’s finished it will enable the farmers to harvest on time before the annual spillage of the Bagre dam that persistently destroys farm produce.
He said NADMO can also be collaborating with key donor businesses and the UN system by way of the UN inter-agency working group for emergency and the food and agricultural organizations to supply help to build resilience along that stretch of the dam.
The Deputy Director made this identified at a stakeholders’ consultation workshop in direction of the event of a National Social Protection Shock Response Strategy organized by the World Bank.
Bright Elorm Doviavu attributed the much less affect of the spillage this year to proactive measures coupled with sensitizations finished by NADMO within the area.
He expressed fear in regards to the reluctance of some stakeholders to companion NADMO within the struggle against disasters.
He additionally called on stakeholders to companion with NADMO to interact extra on these shock responses to keep away from duplication of efforts.
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