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Julia Walschebauer posted Information 15 June 2018

For the first time Adaptation Futures 2018, the 5th International Climate Change Adaptation Conference, will be held in Africa.

Julia Walschebauer posted Information 11 June 2018

For the people of the Sahel, daily life is not just a struggle. It’s a fight for survival. Water - or rather the lack of it - defines their very existence. Water to drink, water for livestock, water for crops, water for cooking.

Julia Walschebauer posted Information 18 May 2018

Mbarouk Mussa Omar from the Community Forests Pemba (CFP) has been nominated for the BBC World Service "Outlook Inspirations 2018", a prize rewarding the world's most inspiring stories in 2018.

Julia Walschebauer posted Information 19 April 2018

On a steeply wooded hillside above a village in Malawi’s Nkhata Bay, a group of young men and women are busy at work assembling pipes and machinery. Soon, the roar of a powerful generator echoes through the dense forest. It’s the sound of a revolution in renewable energy.

Joanna Martin posted Information 14 February 2018

GCCA Tanzania is delighted to share the latest fact sheets and case studies from our five project areas across the country. Enjoy!

Joanna Martin uploaded a new Document 14 February 2018

This is the latest fact sheet which outlines the project's goal to demonstrate effective and efficient strategies that support poor, rural households in Tanzania to adapt to the negative impacts of climate change and to alleviate poverty.

Joanna Martin uploaded a new Document 14 February 2018

Integrated Approaches for Climate Change Adaptation in the East Usambara Mountains Project is Demonstrating Effective and Efficient Climate Change Adaptive and Poverty Alleviation Strategies for the Rural Poor households of Tanzania.

Joanna Martin uploaded a new Document 14 February 2018

The eco-village approach that is used in Igunga district is an holistic approach. It integrates interventions in a range of sectors (water, energy, agriculture and livestock, gender, HIV/Aids) in order to sustainably improve climate change resilience and reduce poverty.

Joanna Martin uploaded a new Document 14 February 2018

The Igunga Eco-village project aims to increase the resilience of 9 local farmer communities that are strongly affected by the adverse effects of climate change.

Joanna Martin uploaded a new Document 14 February 2018

ECOBOMA aims to improve and increase the capacity of vulnerable Maasai Pastoralists in Arumeru District by adapting and increasing resilience to the adverse effects of climate change.

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