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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. M’koumfida Bagbohouna, a Togolese PhD student is one of these students. He studies in a German founded project called WASCAL: West African Science Service Center on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use. This newly established institute carries out research and provides science-based advice to policymakers and stakeholders about climate change impacts, mitigation and adaptation measures. M’koumfida Bagbohouna studies the impacts of climate change on agriculture in the Kara region lands.