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The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation supports young researchers through the “Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation grant for IPCC” programme. The grants, awarded every two years in partnership with Moët Hennessy, are a springboard for young researchers from developing countries. They are giving them the opportunity to continue their studies and postdoctoral research on climate change for a three-year period. Ethiopian Fikadu Welidehanna, currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering from the University of Florida (USA), is one of these students. In 2021, Fikadu won a scholarship thanks to his study “The Effectiveness of Water, Soil, Crop Management Practices to Adapt to Climate Change in the Sub-Saharan Region”.