Training event

Locally-led and Community-based Climate Change Adaptation Strategies

Organizer(s) RedR - United Kingdom
Event language(s)
  • English

Learn about the types and interventions of LLA, and what the benefits of monitoring, evaluating, and learning would be in a LLA project.

This is an interactive online course on locally-led and community-based climate change adaptation strategies. It is predominantly for participants of the RedR UK Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction programme.

RedR UK is offering an innovative, high-quality online training course aiming to provide participants with the skills and knowledge to describe the types and interventions of locally-led adaptation (LLA), and what the benefits of monitoring, evaluating, and learning would be in a LLA project. It is a practical course on implementing, scaling up, and evaluating locally-led adaptation programmes in communities around the world.

The training consists of a series of webinars for participants to engage with, before joining a live, practical seminar (see time details on this page for the live session). In total, participants will be expected to spend about 3 hours on this training.

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the types and intervention areas of LLA, and reflect on what could be implemented in your own project locations
  • Assess how LLA can be scaled up in your own context and projects, and what barriers need overcoming
  • Appraise what would require monitoring, evaluating, and learning (MEL) in a climate smart village project.

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