The Sahel was never a desert, it is a grassland. However, in
recent years the Sahel has been undergoing desertification and is
slowly turning to desert.
The Sahel is not a desert but a separate biome. It is a semi-arid grassland that is a transition zone between a desert and another biome.
The Sahel - a transition zone between the Sahara and the Savanna.
The Sahel is merely a region of the continent Africa, located south of the Sahara desert.
In Africa it is called the Sahel.
The Sahara is expanding into the Sahel, the grassland below the desert.
There is no Sahel Desert. The Sahel is a grassland, not a desert. So, the answer to your question is that nobody lives in the Sahel Desert but people do live in the Sahel grassland.
The Sahel is a grassland and not a desert. The Sahel Desert does not exist.
There is no Sahel Desert. The Sahel is an entirely different biome from the desert.
The Sahel is a transition zone below the Sahara.
There are no characteristics of the "Sahel Desert' because the 'Sahel Desert' does not exist. The Sahel is a grassland, a distinct biome, bordering the Sahara.
This area is experiencing desertification. A process by which a desert spreads
The Sahel borders the Sahara.
The Sahel is a grassland and not a desert.
The Sahel is not a desert. It is a distinct biome.