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The Drought Resilience Impact Platform (DRIP): Improving Water Security Through Actionable Water Management Insights
Frontiers in Climate
Millions of people living in the drought-prone Horn of Africa face an increasing threat from a lack of safe, reliable, and affordable water year-round as droughts become more severe and frequent. Drought emergencies emerge when reduced rainfall conspires with limited community water service capacity to cause dramatic reductions in access to water for people, livestock and agriculture. Drought-driven humanitarian emergencies can be prevented if groundwater is reliably made available at strategicdoi:10.3389/fclim.2020.00006 fatcat:rajt3nbnhze3rpv53dbt56yifq