A collapsed drain built by the Nigerian government in 1983 to control the floods. Ugochi Anyaka - Panos London
Life is precarious in for people in the Amucha community in Southern Nigeria. Homes and farmland have collapsed into massive gullies in the earth. Soil experts say this erosion is getting worse – caused by deforestation and increasingly unpredictable weather. Ugochi Anyaka travelled to the region to see the problem and hear some possible solutions.
This radio feature was produced as part of a fellowship with Climate Change Media Partnership. The CCMP is an initiative of Internews, IIED and Panos.
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