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The first 'Exchange of Experiences and Dialogue on the Preparation and Implementation of National Adaptation Plans of Latin American countries' took place on 30 September, 2020. Twenty two representatives from eight Latin American countries took part, to learn about climate change adaptation experiences from each other. Daniel Morchain of IISD and María José Pacha of CDKN report. [more...]

Today marks the 31st International Day of Disaster Risk Reduction – a day nominated by the United Nations to promote a global culture of disaster risk reduction. The coronavirus pandemic of 2020 has highlighted just how important disaster risk reduction is. But for Malawi, coronavirus is the latest in a long line of disasters that the country has experienced, says Katharine Vincent. [more...]

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POLICY BRIEF: Ecosystem-based disaster risk reduction: District-level collaboration for flood mitigation in Accra, Ghana

This policy brief looks closely at ecosystem-based disaster risk reduction explores collaborative solutions to flooding in Accra and looks at the advantages of utilising collaborative approaches in disaster risk management approaches. [more]…

INFOGRAPHIC: Climate risks and opportunities in the grain value chain

As part of the CDKN-funded project, Mitigating the effects of climate change on grain quality and post-harvest losses in East Africa, the Eastern Africa Grain Council (EAGC) co-produced an infographic on the climate risks and opportunities in the grain value chain. [more]…

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Reducing gender inequality in urban water management in Nepal

http://www.sias-southasia.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Policy-brief-gender-July-2020.pdf

This brief is based on the analysis of water policies, as well as the narratives of men and women involved in drinking water management practices.

A critical reflection on the learning from the FCFA Programme

https://futureclimateafrica.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/learning-report_web_-single_small_v6.pdf

This Learning Review is a part of the programmatic learning endeavour to take stock of the lessons emerging from FCFA’s collective experience that might inform future investments into research on climate and development.

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