Environmental Security of sub-saharan Africa and Beyond (ENSAB)

Your title/position Director
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Year the ngo or company was founded 2014
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Explain your project in details:

The main objective of this research project is to contribute to the understanding of the role of climate change in exacerbating and changing the nature of security threats to sub-saharan Africa and its neighbouring regions. In order to do so, it seeks to foster the indispensable engagement of the social sciences in the study of the impacts of climate change on societies in general, and its implications for security in particular. Concretely, we will do this by investigating the variety of the political impacts of climate change and their influence on the changing geopolitical context in which Africa must operate. The project will also seek to understand how these different threats intersect and mutually influence each other. Indeed, these different security impacts related to climate change are not isolated from each other, but deeply interconnected. This is the reason why our project will adopt a systemic approach to its understanding of security, organised around the concept of social tipping points in relation to climate change. This concept will be further developed and inform the study of the above-mentioned issues. Contrary to what is often assumed, the relationship between climate change and its social impacts is not linear. The limits of a societies resilience might be surpassed well before the climate tipping point is reached. Crucial to the understanding of social tipping points are the ways through which climate impacts are perceived and mitigated in a society. In order to assess the impacts of climate change on sub-saharan Africa security, as well as the geopolitical context in which it must operate, the concept of social tipping points will guide the research to map these geopolitical risks.

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Impact of your enterprise on sustainable development

The project will bring together different methods, both quantitative and qualitative, to support its work. Though the project is predominantly a social sciences project, its methodology shall be interdisciplinary, borrowing methods from different disciplines. A stocktaking workshop will be held to evaluate the research undertaken in the meantime, as well as introduce the five focal areas of the ENSAB project to the research community. This event will take place after the first year of the project. In order to reach a broader audience then the scientific community, certain research findings will be presented by means of short documentary films that will feature on a YouTube channel. This can contribute to awareness raising on the severity of the impact of climate change. A website will serve as a platform for the dissemination of research results, and the project will also make use of social networks, such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Academia, to disseminate its research findings to a wider audience. The gender dimension will definitely be accounted for in the research. Second, with regard to the activities, events and exchanges involved in the project, a particular attention will be paid to the gender balance, and every effort will be made to ensure a strong participation of female researchers and students in the different activities of the project. The management committee of the project will pay a particular attention to this dimension, as it is not uncommon for women to be under-represented in such activities and events. It should also be mentioned that gender balance will be achieved amongst the participants to the project. The project will study the impact of climate change on two issues which are addressed by various topics of Societal Challenge, as well as Secure societies: Protecting freedom and security of sub-saharan Africa and its citizen: radicalization-migration.

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Sustainability and future plans

A key objective of the project is to foster social sciences research on the climate-security nexus in order to inform the policy debates on the new geopolitical threats facing Europe and its member states. In order to achieve this, the project will build upon and strengthen the existing affiliations with national and international research activities and networks working on issues related to climate change and security. Collaborations with these research consortia and policy initiatives will provide a foundation to the project, as well as key avenues to engage the stakeholders in the debate and disseminate our research results. The ENSAB project aims to collaborate with on-going research and policy initiatives, as well as actions that have been concluded but remain relevant in terms of networks and results. On-going initiatives with which the project shall connect include : The Hugo Observatory and EUBA are engaged in the H2020 Environmental geopolitics and diplomacy (EDGE) project, which seeks to foster academic cooperation on these issues. The Observatory on Climate and Security, hosted at IRIS, has been established by the French Ministry of Defence. The Observatory will run for four years, starting in 2017, and is headed by two key members of the project, François Gemenne (PI) and Bastien Migration, Environment and Climate Change: Evidence for Policy (MECLEP) aims to contribute to the global knowledge base on the relationship between migration and environmental change, including climate change. The Platform on Disaster Displacement, which is tasked with the implementation of the Global Protection Agenda of the Nansen Initiative, will provide a key forum where our results on migration (WP3) can be shared with policy-makers and various stakeholders. Finally, the project will connect with the Planetary Security Initiative, launched by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2015.

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Your profile as an entrepreneur

Enagnon Brice Sohou is Director of Carto-SIG-Environment. He was born on 01 November 1987 in Cotonou, Benin. He holds a Bachelor of Science of Industrial Engineering, a Master of Science in physical geography, and a PhD in Geoscience Environmental of the University of Abomey Calavi in 2016. He has won several prizes and scientific awards internationally including the award for best scientific poster 2014 IRD in Benin. In 2016 he was selected by USAID, as one of the best young leaders in West Africa in Dakar and received a special distinction as a trainer in mapping. Author of dozens of scientific publications in journals with international connotations, he is a young researcher who marks his time in environmental geomatics in Benin and Africa. He is the author of the scientific book worsening climate in Benin and degradation of vegetation, published in Germany by the Francophone Academic Press. He is also passionate about sharing knowledge and scientific solidarity. On his account, 30 young Africans from different countries had the opportunity to train free of charge from 2013 to 2016 in the field of environmental geomatics, spatial planning, and statistical programming. Currently, he is member of the Youth Parliament of Wallonia for Sustainable Development (Belgium), local correspondent of the Hugo Observatory on environmental policies and migrations, he is a member of the Disaster, Conflict and Social Crisis Research Network (DCSCRN), Global Network of Civil Society Organizations for Disaster Reduction (GNDR), International Association of Climatology (AIC), the French Association for the Study of Soil (AFES), International Union of Soil Science (IUSS), the Scientific and Technical Association for Water and Environment (ASTEE), the Africa Groundwater Network (AGW-Net), and the Francophone Association of Physical Geography (AFGP). He mobilizes youth on the issue of climate change, water scarcity and sensitizes policy makers on the issues.

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September 1, 2017 05:00

Dear Resiliant Entrepreneur,

It's the end of the competition, I want to urge you to not leave this community without the contact (email especially) of as many other entrepreneurs on this platform. You never can tell what your further conversations may produce.

It's the power of networking and leverage I'm talking about...
Here's my email [email protected] looking forward to hearing from you.

Regards
Seth

August 31, 2017 23:45

Bye fellow entrepreneur:
As I say good buy, I must say it has been an astounding time reading so many great entries.
I went through the details of your idea and was indeed very impressed. Would you be kind enough to please explain to me as how you got this idea? Equally importantly, who were (are) the people who inspired you for you to come up with this idea.
Take care and all the very best!
Shuhra

August 31, 2017 22:19

Hello fellow passenger,

You might have heard the famous song "What I've done" by Linkin park. The lyrics have been beautifully carved by the late singer Chester Bennington. The song covers the ways in which our so called development has helped only a handful of the upper society members, whereas people are still living in poverty.

We have a great platform here which is urging super brains from around the world to come together and collaborate with their ideas and help make this world a better place to live in. You have been a part of this community and I congratulate you on your effort that you have put in.

Thanks once again and all the best for the future
Regards,
Team GreenSpace

August 31, 2017 21:58

Hello my fellow traveler, How are you feeling as our road ends temporarily?
I have just seen your entry and have been thoroughly impressed by it. Will you be willing to collaborate incase you want to set it up on ground?
I would like to be in touch with you,
Cheers from Kabul.
Shuhra

August 31, 2017 20:39

Comrades,
In this fight for a sustainable future, what we need is innovation; something which is not necessarily new, but which makes us look at things from a different angle.

I believe this is one of the major motives of this community which we are a part of. Taking one step together hand in hand towards our goal is the only way we can achieve it.

So I wish you the very best in this endeavour of yours and hope to see you together in the new tomorrow

Regards,
Team GreenSpace

August 31, 2017 18:51

Yes, it was a wonderful journey !
a. Reading them gives me good bumps. Will you be able to give me some more details about your proposal?
b. Also, please go through my IDEA called EDU-CELL and if you like it, please vote.
c. This is what I could think when I saw your proposal. Truly inspirational and positive initiative from your side that is sending ripples amongst my friends and relatives. If you think it will be applicable in Afghanistan, please send me the details.
Thank You !
Truly, Shuhra K, Afghanistan

August 31, 2017 18:03

I SEND MY THANK YOU FROM KABUL!
WHAT A JOURNEY AND WHAT A PROPOSALTHE SIMPLICITY OF YOUR IDEA WAS JUST TOO GOOD. WHAT ABOUT YOU? HAVE YOU BEEN ABLE TO SEE MY PROPOSAL? IT IS CALLED EDU-CELL TO HELP THE SCHOOL EDUCATION IN AFGHANISTAN. INTERESTED? CLICK AND DOUBLE CLICK!!
SIGNIING OFF, SHUHRA

August 31, 2017 17:33

Thank You my dear!
Three thoughts come to my mind as we end:
(a) Will we be in touch?
(b) It is a small and beautiful world
(c) All the best
Bye for now!
S. Koofi, Kabul

August 31, 2017 16:57

THANK YOU!
THANK YOU FOR READING MY PROPOSAL. I HAVE READ AND EVALUATED YOUR INITIATIVE AND I CANNOT BUT HELP GIVING IT MY HIGHEST COMPLIMENTS. HOW DID YOU MANAGE TO THINK OF SUCH A WONDERFUL IDEA, I WONDER?
ONCE GAIN A BIG THANK YOU FROM MY SIDE.
SK

August 31, 2017 03:44

Hello,

This entrepreneurship-campus platform has been amazing it has enabled us to see all the enthusiasts and to share our passion and experiences to learn from each other. Good luck with your work and wishing you all the success on your journey. Please try to keep in touch; this is important to me as I find this inspirational.

I appreciate all your votes, valuable feedback, advice, and suggestions. For me it has helped me to improve my ideas and also helps me to win and learn from the ideas that you have given me.

Best of Luck! And keep it up

Kindest regards

August 31, 2017 00:26

What a proposal! I am truly amazed.
So many good thoughts including yours. Reading them gives me good bumps. Will you be able to give me some more details about your proposal? And on a different note, wont it be great if you have a quick glance at my IDEA called EDU CELL.
Take care!
Shuhra (Kabul) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

August 30, 2017 22:28

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Greetings from Afghanistan!
Awesone. Fantastic. Relevant. These are the three words that came to my mind when I read your proposal. Congratulations. If you get a moment, would you be kind enough to read my proposal (IDEAS) called EDU-CELL from Afghanistan? And if you do manage to read it, would you be kind enough to vote if you like the IDEA? And if I am not asking too much, please forward the link to your friends and family.
Thanks in anticipation!
Shuhra K

August 30, 2017 21:16

Hello fellow traveler!
I must say that I found your idea truly inspiring. I would like to know more about it? Do you think you can give me more details about your proposal so I can understand it more and give ffedbakc as well as evaluate if it can be done in my country?
I would also like to request you to please my IDEA called EDU-CELL. DO you think it is relevant in your country. If yes, let me know. I can even help in establishing it in your place during the course of this year!
Have a great day
SHUHRA

August 30, 2017 20:35

Hiii!!!!!!!
As we are in to the last day of the competition, I am taking this opportunity to thank you for your valuable comments, votes and suggestions. Your project is very much interesting and helpful and I wish you would be there in the finals. I am concluding by this words-
"Often the difference between a successful person and a failure is not one has better abilities or ideas, but the courage that one has to bet on ones ideas, to take a calculated risk and to act".
I am wishing you to be a successful person.

REGARDS
AJITH MATHEW
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August 30, 2017 20:34

Hello my friend,
May I entreat you to read my entry EDU CELL. I have read your and must say it is fantastic. How did you come up with the idea, I wonder? Who helped you?
Bye for now,
Shuhra.

August 30, 2017 19:43

What a proposal! I am truly amazed.
So many good thoughts including yours. Reading them gives me good bumps. Will you be able to give me some more details about your proposal? And on a different note, wont it be great if you have a quick glance at my IDEA called EDU CELL.
Take care!
Shuhra (Kabul)

August 29, 2017 18:23

Dear Entrepreneurship campus member;

Thank you for being here all this while. I appreciate all your effort and appreciation, suggestion, question on my project. I learned a lot from you guys. Really I have no word to describe Entrepreneurship campus members.

Now we are reaching the end of the competition. I want to thank everyone who have been voting and commenting on my project and interest in helping to support CCT--Cities Controlling and Reporting Tool.

I have gone through all your ideas and projects, I have learnt a lot. i will read its again once and I will comment professionally.

Really I am glad that you are doing such great works and for you Enterpreunerial sprit. I fully support your efforts.

Good luck! THANK YOU all once again!

August 29, 2017 16:19

Hello everyone,

Now we are reaching the end of the competition. I want to thank everyone who have been voting and commenting on my ideas and interest in helping support GU.

As all of you said, a visual universal language is needed for this continuously developing society. I am trying my best to launch my Gadaa Universe with the help of you and your constructive comments. We will do whatever it takes to exceed your expectations.

Best of Luck! And keep it up

Kind regards

August 28, 2017 21:23

My dear social entrepreneur:
1) What a nice proposal! And equally impactful initiative. I was discussing the various ideas and projects in my home and yours was one of the proposals that we discussed. Congratulations and keep it up. I had a couple of questions and was wondering if you could please explain the concept in more detail.
2) I have also submitted an idea EDU-CELL from Afghanistan. Would you be kind enough to please see it and ask me any Questions if you have? Thanks in advance
Greetings and Thanks to You.
S. KOOFI

August 28, 2017 20:53

Congratulations!!!!!!!
Without change there is no innovation, creativity, or incentive for improvement. Those who initiate change will have a better opportunity to manage the change that is inevitable. So change this world with your idea.
Wishing you all the success and hope you will be there in the finals.

BEST OF LUCK

AJITH MATHEW

August 28, 2017 19:54

Hello,
Being a part of India's well-known Entrepreneurship Cell of the most prestigious engineering college in India, I have interacted with many startup enthusiasts, have got to know how they think and what are some qualities that set them apart from the ones who are not able to see their idea through. Reading through your idea, I have realised that your idea has that spark which can help it become a successful venture. Coupled with its aim to help the society achieve its goals sustainably, your idea can be something quite helpful for the same.

But before it's implementation, you need to do a "premortem" check on how it can fail. This would prepare you for any uncalled-for circumstances and help you prepare for them accordingly.

Lastly, I would like you to have a look at our idea, GreenSpace, and share your views about the same.

Regards,
Team GreenSpace.

August 28, 2017 15:54

Greetings Dear Colleague ,

Thank you for being a part of that great event , it was a great nice Journey , but the best thing of it is meeting good friends like you , I hope every one of you achieve his dreams.
thanks again & best wishes for you all.

your brother Ahmed

August 28, 2017 13:04

Hello My Friend!

Thank you for being here all this while. Your dreams are valid and your project is very viable. Keep thriving and best will keep coming your way.

Best of Luck.

August 27, 2017 18:00

Hello dear members of the entrepreneurship community,

I hope you will join us too and learn the GU universal communication system and the Gadaa system practices when the platform and the system implementations are complete and fully ready for use. This work is still under development. I will let you know once it is finished.

Please keep your constructive comments. Your feedback is important! Many thanks to all contributors!

Thank you for supporting GU project. We will notify you as soon as the platform is live.

Best of Luck!

August 26, 2017 21:08

Hello,

To all the people who are asking how to join once the GU platform goes live, all you need to do is to create a free account. Please keep an eye out on the website and my social media pages at: http://gadaauniverse.com/

Kind regards

August 26, 2017 18:37

Dear Champion,

It takes just one idea/project to transform the world. As you keep working hard towards your dreams and to add your quota in the improvement of the world, I wish you the best of luck.

Remain Lifted!

August 26, 2017 18:37

Dear Champion,

It takes just one idea/project to transform the world. As you keep working hard towards your dreams and to add your quota in the improvement of the world, I wish you the best of luck.

Remain Lifted!

August 26, 2017 17:09

Hello Great Mind!

Thank you for your support to AfricEnergy so far. I appreciate your kind words, positive remarks and contribution on my idea. As you continue to progress in your quest for the improvement of the World, I wish you success and breakthrough.

Best of luck!

August 25, 2017 19:03

Hello Champion!

Did you miss Today's (Friday) Inspiration from YCEC? Here it is; "Change your thoughts and you change the World" - Norman Vincent Peale.

Your project is valid, so are your thoughts. Keeping improving and progressing.

Best of Luck!

August 24, 2017 17:31

Dear community member,

As the competition deadline is approaching near, we would like some feedback regarding our idea, some ways by which we can tweak it and make it a little better and ready for future execution.
(follow this link https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/12/5961/comments)

Please vote and support our idea.

Thank you in advance.
Team GreenSpace

August 23, 2017 18:45

Hi,
After going through your project, I firmly believe that with good management and excellent execution, this project will help the society grow in a sustainable manner. This would have various positive effects on the environment and also the society in general.

I wish you the best for the same.

I would really appreciate if you could go through my idea as well(follow this link https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org Our idea deals with covering an otherwise unused rooftop of a building with green plants and using that space for a multitude of activities.

Thank you
Team GreenSpace

August 23, 2017 12:19

Hi,
Thank you if you have already commented my idea Path To Knowledge. If not, I invite you kindly to do it at: https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/12/5633/ I would really appreciate your opinion.
Best regards,
Andrei

August 23, 2017 09:05

An Awesome Day to You, Dear Campus Colleague,

Cheeking through your Project and seeing it progress in this competition leaves me motivated and inspired that with us, our planet will become better and flourish in goodness and development desired by every human being with dreams and aspirations. To keep you moving and staying on in face of challenges as growing Entrepreneurs, it is my pleasure to share this link with you, "7 MOVIES Every Entrepreneur Should Watch", copy and paste this link to view; youtube.com/watch?v=s3x-_yRRUrk

All the best to you in you Idea!

Cheers
Anita Mbah.

August 23, 2017 08:56

Hi Enaganon,
Your project is very much appreciable. People like you are a blessing to the modern world because you are utilizing your skill to help the common people. Keep this spirit throughout your life. The will to do varitiies in life opens up the door of opportunities. So keep this positive attitude always .
I wish you all the success for this competition and also please vote and comment on my project AUTOMATIC COCOA BEAN SEPARATING MACHINE.

August 22, 2017 21:40

Greetings, Dear Entrepreneurial Colleague

We are few steps to the announcement day. I want to use this medium to appreciate your effort, progress so far and support to my idea. Never relent, keep pushing and I wish you success, all the way.

You may enjoy this article on "How to Segment a Market" for your project/business: copy ad paste this address into your browser: wikihow.com/Segment-a-Market

Best of Luck!

August 22, 2017 06:28

Respected Sir,
Climate change is caused by factors such as biotic processes, variations in solar radiation received by Earth, plate tectonics, and volcanic eruptions. Certain human activities have been identified as primary causes of ongoing climate change, often referred to as global warming.We have see the bigger picture global warming and increasingly impacting on our environment.This is a very impressive project and it will surely be beneficial for all the young minds.
It looks promising and executable
Congratulations for all your efforts and for your project.

August 21, 2017 17:54

Thank you Champion!

Having you around is very encouraging and wonderful. I wish you success on your journey and you should always expect the best coming your way.

You may like to see my idea, AfricEnergy, for comments and support.

Cheers.

August 20, 2017 15:43

Hello,

I invite you kindly to please read and give some suggestions or comment my idea GadaaUniverse[GU]-Gadaa Universal Communication System and GU-Fair.

Thanks in advance for your votes and comment. I really appreciate your contribution and would be glad to hear your advice and opinion.

Good luck with your project!

Kind regards,

Firanbek Robele

August 20, 2017 07:07

My fellow intellectual colleague, your project is cerebral and interesting. Your approach is academic. I believe your passion will drive you towards your desired results. All the best to you, Champ!

You my read up on my idea as well, AfricEnergy. Your comments and insights will be appreciated...see it at; entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/12/6509/

Thank you.

August 19, 2017 11:12

Hello,
I invite you kindly to comment my idea Path To Knowledge. I would be glad to hear your advice. I have written this message after I commented almost all ideas and projects and probably yours too. I am deeply sorry if this message bothered you, but everyone on this platform wants to go to the finals with his/her idea and makes all it is possible to get there. Maybe not all the actions are fair. Some participants copy the same meaningless message and paste it to all ideas. I just do marketing. Again, I am sorry if this message disturbed you.
Kindest regards,
Andrei

August 18, 2017 07:24

Hai Enagnon,
First of all my hearty congratulation to your project. i think this project can contribute to the understanding of the role of climate change in exacerbating and changing the nature of security threats to sub-saharan Africa and its neighbouring regions. I wish you all the best.
I wish you also to comment and vote on my project " AUTOMATIC COCOA BEAN SEPARATING MACHINE".

August 12, 2017 08:18

You are doing a great work. Climate change is a huge problem nowadays and still there are persons who deny it, who believe that their actions, no matter what are these, don't affect the nature, don't affect them or us. They are wrong and we need someone to tell them.
All the best,
Andrei

August 11, 2017 05:55

Great Project. I want to invite you to vote for my project and comment if you want it.
Thanks and good luck

https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/14/7257/

June 6, 2017 20:12

Profound staff climate change is the present truth impacting on our society and need pragmatic proactive intervention to mitigate if not contain its impact via sustainable means. A lot of unseen costs and losses have beard attributed to climate change with little or minimum realization, as you further develop these initiative great potential is also in clearly finding out the economic cost of climate change in detail.

May 23, 2017 12:48

greetings Dr Enagnon Brice Sohou ,

this is very good project , God be with you , I think it needs much efforts like studying the history of changing climate to predict what is going to happen next & being ready & make good use of it & studying the similar areas all over the world that have the same nature & climate & estimate it to know what is the best for your project as I think also planting more areas to reduce climate changing & using solar energy & combining it together, isn't that right ? , sorry for my little information , that's great , I hope the best for you :)

May 17, 2017 16:49

This is an interesting project for an area that is severely ignored in Africa. With all of the intra-conflict among states, climate change gets pushed to the back of the pile. Some can even make the argument that drastic shifts in climate could be a contributing factor to same of the conflicts as it relates to resource scarcity.

May 17, 2017 16:07

Hi,
You're doing a great job in helping the people. The pictures are lovely and your work is amazing.

Keep your spirit to help each other!

All The Best!

April 4, 2017 14:21

Good project there...the consequences of failing to protect the enviroment are dire, It is important to care about the environment and at the same time see the need to exploit or use nature for resources to satisfy the needs of human and other species too.

April 1, 2017 02:07

Nice one sir. It is always a great pleasure when I see youth now getting more interested in the problem of the society and providing solution in their own capabilities. I hope the government will be able to help on this. Keep the good work going sir.

March 30, 2017 15:46

Nice project,
As many of the scientist and env economist trying the best on the environmental issue to secure environment is best way, currently our environment is over exploited, the climatic change is also complicated issue that have resulted to unpredictable rainfall that have resulted to poor productivity especially poor community who depend on rainfall for cultivation hence resulted into hunger,
my business idea is also addressing one of environmental related issue ,
best of luck

March 30, 2017 15:45

Nice project,
As many of the scientist and env economist trying the best on the environmental issue to secure environment is best way, currently our environment is over exploited, the climatic change is also complicated issue that have resulted to unpredictable rainfall that have resulted to poor productivity especially poor community who depend on rainfall for cultivation hence resulted into hunger,
my business idea is also addressing one of environmental related issue ,
best of luck

March 30, 2017 03:36

Ambitious project. At a time where Donald Trump is declaring war on climate conservation, efforts like this are timely. Just like the 800 million Africans Akon has now provided electricity to, through a Chinese solar investment initiative. This is the mindset we need to adopt to preserve the incredible and unique climate of Africa, for all our future generations. Keep it up.

March 20, 2017 21:43

Great initiative.Can you share a website to get detail information on your project.Also establish which of the UN sustainable development goal your organization is contributing towards.

Pexine

March 20, 2017 13:57

Very Nice project.
Dr Brice Sohou is one of the best youth environmental leaders.
Thank you for being an example for the youth.
It's a pleasure to support Dr SOHOU through my vote.
Good luck

Adomou Diane

March 19, 2017 19:12

I once again convey my sincere congratulations to Dr. SOHOU, who is constantly fighting for climate change in Benin and in West Africa. I vote for the project, whose relevance is important to better communicate and act on the climate in our countries. At this very moment, UNICEF has alerted that thousands of children are dying of hunger in this region. The rainy season is contracting and shrinking in the face of declining agricultural yields and famine. The legionary caterpillar invades the grain fields at this time due to the modification of their ecological niche. Small farmers face the challenges of adapting to climate change.

Badou Reine

March 19, 2017 17:20

I am voting for this project and I very much hope that it will be selected. Dr. SOHOU has the qualities required and the idea is welcome in the current context of climate change in sub-Saharan Africa. The security aspect is very important, as is migration and human mobility. We all recognize that it is one of the regions most vulnerable to climate change, and we need to organize to maximize the resilience of the populations. Climate change is leading to declining agricultural yields and the massive departure of young people from villages to cities and from towns to northern countries. It is a very worrying situation that it is urgent to promote such projects. Really, it's original idea, and we strongly encourage it. Dr. SOHOU has always made efforts to accompany the policies. Good luck...

CHOKPON E. Apollinaire

March 19, 2017 15:44

He is a young researcher which work in environmental policies. I worked with Dr. SOHOU Brice in our environmental migrations activities in sub-Saharan Africa. He is part of the Hugo Observatorys network of local correspondents. We worked in Benin where most of environmental migration actually occured and we advised the Observatory on developments regarding environmental migration in Sub-saharan Africa. His expertise has been very useful to us in the expectation of the objectives of our activities.
It's a pleasure to support Dr.SOHOU through my vote.
The project will be benefit for the whole continent, mainly for the sub-saharian. I'm willing to accompany and work with him.

Boukar M

March 19, 2017 07:06

Very nice initiative and success to this project. The issue of environment is paramount in our era around the world and especially in Africa. It is a great victory for our continent to see young people who have realized and concocted such projects. It is Africa that wins!

Olagnide Raoul YAKPA

March 18, 2017 18:23

I strongly recommend Mister SOHOU\'s project for this competition. He is one of the best youth environmental and entrepreneurship leaders. I do believe that he will properly manage the project.
Thank you

Achille Hounkpevi

March 18, 2017 11:22

A very Nice idea. I wish You good luck. Indeed, climate change is a big challenge for our time and people in regions like Sub Sahara are particularly vulnerable. I encourage you for the accomplishment for this idea.

Boris Labre Houndigandé

March 17, 2017 19:20

I'm so glad to discover that african young leaders such as Brice have ambition to improve our country climatic environment by a great research in this important field of Environmental Security. Undoubtedly, first of all , i'm entirely sure that his experience in social science projects will help our sub saharian scientific community-prehaps paraphrasing him-to contribute to the investigation in the variety of the political impacts of climate change. Secondly it could be help substract their influence on the changing geopolitical context in which Africa must operate as well. Thus, finally and what i really hope is that, his project will use gender approch in order to mobilize female researchers and students around the challenges of sustainable development in Sub Africa. I'm just be proud of such enterprise!

Gbaguidi Gracia

March 17, 2017 19:03

Dr SOHOU, thank you for this very interesting project that you submitted on the climate in our region. Really, this confirms once again your ability to defend the environment and the climate. This project is of interest to the entire South African community. Good luck to you and we hope that this project will be promoted.

Pontien Bilomba

March 17, 2017 18:35

Very pretty project. Good Luck m\'y fera. That will be very usefull for subsahara countries. You have the qualities and compétences. Wé trust in you. Thé climate Is important for us and your project will help thé poor.

March 17, 2017 15:16

Thanks to all. We believe and we will get there. Sub-Saharan Africa is one if the region most vulnerable to climate change. The challenges are enormous in terms of public policy, health, safety, food security, human mobility - security, and natural resource management. We have an obligation to preserve the interest of future generations. Climate challenges the entire community without distinction and we must act, it is so much to network effectively. Let us save nature, and save mankind. We are now confronted with the challenges of our own extermination.

DENISE

March 17, 2017 13:41

Dr. SOHOU BRICE, I congratulate you for this very interesting project.
It is an initiative that adds value to the actions taken on the development of our continent.

TONATO Saturnin

March 17, 2017 12:42

Je soutiens cet projet pour plusieurs raisons entre autre la détermination, le dynamisme,le sérieux du porteur ainsi que l'impact positif du projet par rapport aux defits environnementaux en Afrique Sud-saharienne .Je suis persuadé qu'il a les qualités requises pour conduire un projet de telle envergure.Felicitation Dr Brice.

Papa Diallo

March 17, 2017 10:49

Je te soutiens á 100% mon leader tu es un jeune engagé au service de ta communauté. Ton idée est vraiment intéressante et capable d'améliorer notre vie face aux problèmes qui guettent notre environnement.
Bonne chance

Sulpice C. AGOSSA

March 17, 2017 10:48

C'est un excellent projet, véhiculé par une idée innovante face à un phénomène d'une telle ampleur qui touche directement l'humanité voire le bien-être de tous. J'encourage d'emblée le Docteur Brice SOHOU et je soutiens vivement le projet.

Mon seul souhait: QUE CELA SE CRISTALLISE !

Fatou CISS

March 17, 2017 10:05

Just proud of you...i wish to you many more success
I like your idea, Africa need a young like you for his future...
Climate change has importants social impacts, we need the severity, we need the solution for our security...
Good luck

Moustaphaou

March 17, 2017 09:59

Très noble comme initiative. Les affres de changement climatique impactent beaucoup sur les aptitudes, les biens ainsi que les activités de la population en Afrique. Je trouve que cette initiative viendra completer les actions qui sont menées sur le terrain.
Félicitation Dr SOHOU

Babatoundé I. T. IDJATON

March 17, 2017 09:46

Je soutient à 100% le projet de recherche qui est de contribuer à la compréhension du rôle du changement climatique dans l'exacerbation et l'évolution de la nature des menaces à la sécurité en Afrique sub-saharienne et ses régions voisines.
Vivement que cet projet aboutisse.

Benoît

March 17, 2017 09:15

Je me réjouie de cette initiative et je félicite vraiment le Dr SOHOU. Nous avons besoin des jeunes comme lui pour le développement de l'Afrique.

Je trouve que c'est un très bon projet pour l'Afrique

PATRICK ODILON OGUE

March 17, 2017 09:07

an initiative very interresting to allow scientific monitoring of environmental phenomena in the coast of sub-Saharan Africa. This project would be a real solution for residents who lack information necessary to the climate change in the Sub-Saharan area and so this population does not apply good modes of adaptation allowing always good results in agriculture, livestock, fishing, etc..

Medard Kafoutchoni

March 17, 2017 09:03

This is a brillant project, since climate change is known for increasingly impacting our environment. Africa needs more scientists like you to help solving many environmental issues. Thank you!