BY DESIRE LORDSON RADIO NIGERIA
As deliberation heightens at the ongoing Africa Women Climate Assembly in Lagos, participants have discussed ways by which food sufficiency could be achieved in the Continent.
In a session moderated by Eliana from Mozambique, the women lamented the extinction of their rich herbal crops and sea foods as a result of harmful environmental practice.
They stressed that even the few of the food crops that may be seen, lacks the quality it used to have in times past.
The women envisaged that the move made by African women in the summit, would aid the restoration of the environment to its rich vegetation and aquatic habitats in the nearest future.
The summit which is addressing ways to tackle climate change in Africa, began on Sunday 24th September and will come to a close on Thursday, 28th September.