Guinea is currently in the process of working on its TNA. It has prioritised its key sectors, and work is now underway to determine which technologies to prioritize.

With a coastline facing the Atlantic Ocean, Guinea is located in West Africa, where it neighbours, among other states, Sierra Leone, Mali and Senegal. Its economy is predominantly based on agriculture and mineral exploitation. Climate change in Guinea is manifesting itself through changed patterns and overall reduction of rain, and recurrent droughts and floods.

Guinea’s TNA contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals:

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Key technologies prioritized for adaptation

  • Agriculture
    • Short cycle or drought tolerant seeds
  • Water
    • Water boreholes for small-scale irrigation, domestic water and livestock
    • Reforestation of the source heads of watercourses
  • Coastal zones
    • Small dams for the development of lowlands and coastal plains
    • Pastoral wells
    • Improved smokehouse

Key technologies prioritized for mitigation

  • Energy
    • Biogas biodigestion
    • Solar salt technology
    • Micro hydropower plants
    • Solar panels
  • Forestry
    • Solar salt technology
    • Agroforestry
    • Reforestation
    • “Ruche Kenyane”

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Mr. Abou Cisse

TNA coordinator