The Sahelian nations of Africa are expected to be among those most impacted by climate change. Beza Tesfaye contends that the US should increase climate adaption and funding initiatives in addition to collaborating with civil society organizations to assist lessen its consequences. A risk in the Sahel is an over-reliance on livelihoods based on agriculture that are sensitive to climate change. Overuse of land and water depletes resources over time; food costs rise as food security decreases and agricultural productivity falters owing to climate variability. Collective aggression is more likely as a result of this phenomena. Increased levels of deprivation and insecurity could result from these difficulties; the Sahelian countries’ capacity to manage these threats will rely on local, national, regional, and global solutions.