I hate to say this but it might be too late to save that region of the world, which right now is dying because of the convergence of water and rain scarcity, increased temperatures, overpopulation, too many poorly-thought out dams, bad or virtually no water management practices in entire societies, bad farming practices, etc. etc. Not to overlook the increasing ferocity of the sandstorms -- now called 'dust' storms -- which are also contributing to the 'killer smog' effect in Pakistan and India.
15 trampled to death in stampede for flour in drought-stricken Morocco
By Cleve R. Wootson Jr.
November 19 at 5:41 PM ET
The Washington Post
They had traveled for miles to get to a remote village in drought-devastated Morocco for one reason: A local aid group was handing out flour.