The free app keeps track of rivers and streams in Nigeria, and sends out an alert if unsafe conditions occur

The rise of climate change has resulted in an increase in devastating natural disasters. Recently, the world saw a hurricane devastate Haiti, and there is only more to come. In 2012, severe flooding in Nigeria killed over 300 people, left millions displaced and created damage that equated to trillions of dollars. To respond to the volatile nature of natural disasters, the Federal Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development and the International Water Management Institute came together to create a free app called IWMI- Wetln that provides information on the Niger-Benue river systems, in case of a flood.

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