Japan is primed to provide its disaster prevention expertise to Africa as climate change continues to threaten sustainable growth on the continent, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Sunday at the African aid conference.

“Japan has the history and experience of fighting natural disasters,” Abe told participants at a panel session on bolstering Africa’s resilience to climate-related and natural disasters.

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