Solutions

Adaptive scenarios solutions

Adaptive scenarios solutions

Flood path prediction and adaptive cropping strategy

Team
Climathon hackers
Saba Abdulaziz, Mazin Osman, Ahmed Khalid
Contact details
ahmedothmanmohmed@gmail.com

Lets work togther to find solutions for climate challenges facing Sudan

In the last few decades extreme weather events have had tangible impacts on our city and our lives; with the forecast of Sudan being uninhabitable. What are the practical steps we can take to adapt to these challenges?

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Adaptive scenarios solutions

Flood path prediction and adaptive cropping strategy

Solution context

Food demand in Africa is expected to increase by 300% in 2050, in Sudan agriculture contribution to the GDP has decreased by 4% in the last 7 years and it is expected to decrease more in the future due to climate change.

Early warning flood systems can prevent up to 34% of fatalities and 25% of economic damages.

Solution description

To develop a software that works with A.I technology which gives accurate and reliable predicted scenarios. This program helps with decision making presenting results that shows the effectiveness of a certain crop under different climate scenarios, it also shows the crop yield assuming the 4 scenarios in the 5th assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel (IPCC).

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