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  1. Ghana: Climate Change Resilience for Farmers at Lake Bosumtwe

    Planting 10,000 trees, learning how to produce biochar, the “black gold” for the soil, or trainings on plantain production are some of the activities of the project “Securing Climate Change Resilience and Mitigation by building Self-reliant Smallholder Farmers within the Lake Bosumtwe Landscape”. ©...
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  2. Distributed Renewable Energy (DRE) in Southern Africa

    Increasing access to clean and affordable renewable energy technologies for productive use, promoting climate change mitigation measures in rural communities, create economic empowerment opportunities for women and promoting professionally managed DRE systems are the main objectives of a new...
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  3. Madagascar: innovations for sustainable food production

    The SERVInnov project has just come to an end, after four years of activities. The project was financed by the EU-African Union joint initiative LEAP-AGRI, under the coordination of CIRAD. It involved nine partners from five countries (France, Germany, Burkina Faso, Cameroon and Madagascar) with...
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  4. Coffee for the climate: Robusta in Uganda

    The ROBUST project – growing Robusta coffee using agroforestry for climate change adaptation and mitigation in Uganda – represents a major investment using agroforestry practices for the production of Robusta coffee (Coffea canephora). The project is funded with €4.5 million from the European Union...
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  5. GCCA+ in the news: Coastal Resilience builds up in Cuba

    The Coastal Resilience program, financed by the European Union with four million euros, through the Global Alliance for Climate Change plus (GCCA+) benefits more than 600 900 people and contributes to strengthening communities facing the risk of catastrophes in 15 municipalities located on the...
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  6. EU GCCA+ Stories from a changing world - 2022

    Along the year 2022, the EU climate flagship initiative GCCA+ has continued to support adaption and mitigation of climate change in the most vulnerable countries. From the Pacific to Senegal, the Comoros or Mongolia, climate action continues across four continents. Protecting farmers, enhancing the...
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  7. Could tech and tradition save the farmers of the “Dry Corridor”?

    En français ci-dessous en PDF Covering six countries and stretching for more than 1600 kilometres, the Central American Dry Corridor is one of the world’s harshest climate hotspots. Home to around 11 million people, nearly a decade of drought has fuelled not only poverty and hunger, but is one of...
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  8. GCCA+ in the news: Integrated Land Management in St. Lucia and Grenada

    Understanding the environmental and cultural contexts of landscape management in the region - by conducting field visits and facilitating stakeholder mapping exercises - is one of the activities of the GCCA+ Integrated Landscape Management (ILM) Project with the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean...
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