The 8 Nations Facing Extinction

Climate Change

Drought in Ethiopia affects 24M+ people. Political instability disrupts aid, exacerbates climate change impacts.


Flooding in Nigeria affected 2.5M in 2022, 25M projected to face food insecurity by mid-2023. Political instability and conflict hamper climate disaster response.


Central African Republic

Political instability and flooding in CAR have led to a spread of diseases, including cholera, malaria, meningitis, and monkeypox. The country's weakened health system is struggling to cope.

South Sudan, a fragile country, is vulnerable to climate disasters. Better climate resiliency is needed to protect its citizens from climate shocks.

South Sudan

Chad is the world's most climate-vulnerable country. Floods and economic crisis have caused widespread food insecurity and conflict has limited progress in building climate resilience.


Years of conflict in Yemen have led to a humanitarian crisis, with millions of people facing food insecurity, malnutrition, and displacement. Climate change has worsened the situation.



Afghanistan is in a humanitarian crisis. The Taliban takeover, drought, and flooding have caused widespread poverty, food insecurity, and displacement.

The DRC is in a humanitarian crisis. Conflict, disease, and climate change have devastated the country.

The Democratic Republic of the Congo