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  • Collaboration ensures gender is at the heart of development in Igunga

    Justine Marchal posted Information | 1 month ago
    Mbutu village, about ten kilometres from Igunga Town in Tabora Region has a population of over 5000 people, who rely mainly on agriculture and livestock for their livelihoods so are therefore vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. However, since the beginning of the Igunga Eco-Village project...
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  • Collaboration ensures gender is at the heart of development in Igunga

    Justine Marchal posted Information | 1 month ago
    Mbutu village, about ten kilometres from Igunga Town in Tabora Region has a population of over 5000 people, who rely mainly on agriculture and livestock for their livelihoods so are therefore vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. However, since the beginning of the Igunga Eco-Village project...
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  • Women at the heart of development in Niger

    Justine Marchal posted Information | 1 month ago
    ©Philippe d'Aout, DUE Niger With agriculture in the Sahel under threat from desertification, soil degradation is one of the greatest stresses for the environment and life in the region. It is reflected in declining soil fertility and productivity, but also in the loss of biodiversity. In some...
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  • Women at the heart of development in Niger

    Justine Marchal posted Information | 1 month ago
    ©Philippe d'Aout, DUE Niger With agriculture in the Sahel under threat from desertification, soil degradation is one of the greatest stresses for the environment and life in the region. It is reflected in declining soil fertility and productivity, but also in the loss of biodiversity. In some...
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  • Harvest of hope: sprirulina from Lake Chad

    Justine Marchal posted Information | 1 month ago
    On the shores of Lake Chad, a group of women and girls work in the shade of a solitary tree. Temperatures here regularly soar past 40℃ yet the women work tirelessly to harvest and process the blue-green algae known to health-conscious consumers all over the world as spirulina. Nearby, a cage...
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  • Harvest of hope: sprirulina from Lake Chad

    Justine Marchal posted Information | 1 month ago
    On the shores of Lake Chad, a group of women and girls work in the shade of a solitary tree. Temperatures here regularly soar past 40℃ yet the women work tirelessly to harvest and process the blue-green algae known to health-conscious consumers all over the world as spirulina. Nearby, a cage...
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  • What is Resiliencia Costera all about?

    Justine Marchal posted Information | 1 month ago
    Fifteen coastal municipalities in four provinces of Cuba, Villa Clara, Sancti Spíritus, Ciego de Ávila and Camagüey, will benefit from actions that enhance the resilience of vulnerable coastal settlements, through the transfer of natural solutions for Adaptation to climate change Based on...
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  • What is Resiliencia Costera all about?

    Justine Marchal posted Information | 1 month ago
    Fifteen coastal municipalities in four provinces of Cuba, Villa Clara, Sancti Spíritus, Ciego de Ávila and Camagüey, will benefit from actions that enhance the resilience of vulnerable coastal settlements, through the transfer of natural solutions for Adaptation to climate change Based on...
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  • Resiliencia Costera: natural solutions to protect Cuba’s people and coastline

    Justine Marchal posted Information | 1 month ago
    When Hurricane Irma made landfall in Cuba in 2017 it was the first category 5 hurricane to hit the island in nearly 100 years. After a two-day battering from 200 km/hour winds, the storm left behind ten dead, thousands of wrecked homes and nearly half a billion euros’ worth of damage - mostly from...
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  • Resiliencia Costera: natural solutions to protect Cuba’s people and coastline

    Justine Marchal posted Information | 1 month ago
    When Hurricane Irma made landfall in Cuba in 2017 it was the first category 5 hurricane to hit the island in nearly 100 years. After a two-day battering from 200 km/hour winds, the storm left behind ten dead, thousands of wrecked homes and nearly half a billion euros’ worth of damage - mostly from...
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