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Souri has spent the past many years traveling regularly to Nigeria to make ends meet as a house maid, sometimes risking threats such as banditry and sexual assault.
The indigenous populations of the Azawak, in Niger and Mali, are the unheard victims of the climate crisis
Desertification has ravaged this once lush pastureland, the ancestral home to a half million Tuareg and Wodaabe Fulani nomads.
This past year Greta Thunberg woke up the world with the proclamation “Your house is burning!” Greta and other young activists have put us on alert that we must “unite behind the science” and do something about climate change right now.
In June, Algeria abandoned 13,000 migrants in the Sahara desert, leaving them without food or water. Men, women and
children were forced to walk in the blistering heat, or die. Meteorolgist Kait Parker of the Weather Channel discusses Algeria’s current treatment of migrants with Ariane Kirtley, founder and director of Amman Imman, during this interview.
Encore un beau fil d’or entre Ariane Kirtley et… vous. On vous dégaine enfin cette petite vidéo filmée à l’arrache au sortir de l’émission diffusée samedi dernier. Juste pour vous montrer le travail de cette amoureuse de l’Afrique: à la fois fondatrice d’Imman iman/l’eau c’est la vie, maman du monde, auteur et photographe…Read More
Journalist Yasmine Chouaki uses sound and music to creatively reveal the personality, aspirations and work of guests on her radio show En Sol Majeur, aired twice weekly on RFI Radio France. Recently Yasmine spoke with Ariane Kirtley about her family, work, life and musical tastesRead More
Ariane discusses climate change, poverty alleviation, migration, and the effects on populations in the Azawak.Read More
Interview with Ariane Kirtley on France 24’s “L’Entrentien”. In the desertic Azawak region of Niger and Mali, the rains have drastically decreased. Ariane speaks with journalist Armelle Charrier about the adverse affects of global warming and water scarcity on people’s lives, and how climate change contributes to insecurity. In French.Read More
(February 9, 2018) What impact does global warming have on people’s lives? In the desertic Azawak region of Niger and Mali, the rains have drastically decreased. In this interview, Ariane Kirtley, founder and director of Amman Imman: Water is Life, discusses how, in areas already plagued by very difficult geopolitical situations, climate change affects people’s safety.Read More