Attending at the Climate Change & Research Summit 2022 in Djibouti

Our team presented the #spatial Djiboutian program, which known a great success, at theClimate Change & Research Summit2022 in Djibouti.

It has also been an opportunity to introduce the Csum to representatives ofUNESCO, theInternational Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)and major ONG working for African’s development, including theSahara and Sahel Observatory (Oss). We met with Ministers from various African countries and were received by Dr. Nabil Mohamed Ahmed, Minister of Higher Education and Research of Djibouti to discuss the continuity to this spatial program.

During a field mission to Lake Assal and Rift Valley observation was made of the extent of the water problem in this region of the world. This confirmed the validity of this space programme whose objective is the datas collection for the management of the country’s water resources.