The presented research, characterized as a case study, was conducted in the months of April and May 2018 in the Matam Region, north of Senegal, conducted by Centro Ricerche IDOS within the framework of a project of economic development and business creation, realized by the Italian branch of the Green Cross NGO and funded by the Italian Ministry of the Interior. The research activity envisaged by the project was focused, first of all, on the knowledge level of the risks associated with migration among the rural population of the region, but many of the hypotheses concerned the relations that had never been sufficiently thematized between migratory waves and climate changes that have affected the area in the last 50 years.

Migration and climate change in Senegal. The Matam region, an emblematic case study

Alfredo Agustoni;
2019

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The presented research, characterized as a case study, was conducted in the months of April and May 2018 in the Matam Region, north of Senegal, conducted by Centro Ricerche IDOS within the framework of a project of economic development and business creation, realized by the Italian branch of the Green Cross NGO and funded by the Italian Ministry of the Interior. The research activity envisaged by the project was focused, first of all, on the knowledge level of the risks associated with migration among the rural population of the region, but many of the hypotheses concerned the relations that had never been sufficiently thematized between migratory waves and climate changes that have affected the area in the last 50 years.
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