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Increase cooperation in the region

The majority of Northern African countries – Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia – are similar in terms of their geography, ecosystems sociology. These three countries are bisected by the Atlas mountain chain, dividing them into a relatively humid oceanic zone and a semi-arid to arid zone that borders on the Sahara desert. But there is no regional cooperation or exchange of experiences related to natural hazards management between the three countries, nor shared access to resources. This needs to change.

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