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This strategy will target children and youth, local communities, and media across Indian Ocean islands with the ultimate aim of ensuring that the concept of disaster risk is taken into consideration at every level of society.
This policy brief summarises key learning from the Ward Development Planning model, an innovative approach to local participatory development planning being implemented in Kenya’s drylands.
This brief explores the climatic and food security outcomes of positive and negative El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) phase alignment in different rainfall zones in Ethiopia, since 2000.
Sequencing for Success brief provides key messages for how donors, policymakers, and adaptation practitioners can better design and support effective and equitable adaptation.
Analysis to Action provides a practical case study on how climate risk assessments, designing and implementation of community-driven solutions in a Local Adaptation Plan, and policy advocacy can be sequenced.
Nairobi, Kenya
By coming together, embracing Indigenous knowledge and empowering citizens, cities can become a beacon of resilience and prosperity.
World Economic Forum
Cette étude analyse les lacunes du financement climatique dans l'Union économique et monétaire ouest-africaine, région très exposée aux impacts climatiques, et présente les implications politiques.
The study’s main thrust is to establish the determinants of resilience building in Zimbabwe’s rural communities.

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