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Henrietta Miers posted Information 7 February 2017

Published on 27 January 2017 by the Interpress Service: News and Views from the Global South, this article considers that discussions around climate chang

Joanna Martin uploaded a new Document 26 October 2018

The overall objective for GCCA Tanzania, funded by the European Union, is to strengthen the resilience of vulnerable Tanzanian rural communities to the adverse effects of climate change and contribute to poverty reduction.

Ali Basha posted an Idea 27 March 2017

Practical brief

Joanna Martin posted Information 26 October 2018

This 14-page report provides a summary of the five GCCA projects, which are located in different agro-ecological zones across Tanzania. The report sets out the project approaches, activities, progress, media coverage, and challenges and lessons learned.

Bogdan Danila uploaded a new Document 24 July 2018

To enhance the understanding of the specific disaster risks in Southern Africa, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) conducted a desk review to explore key concepts of hazard, exposure, vulnerability and resilience, taking into account human mobility aspects.

TRANSrisk Transition Pathways and Risk Analysis for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaption Strategies uploaded a new Document 10 November 2017

TRANSrisk partner Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) has developed an interesting discussion brief which presents the TRANSrisk case study in Kenya.

Luis Lechiguero uploaded a new Document 14 August 2017

In order to support the ongoing RESET programme implemented by more than 25 NGOs and in close collaboration with the local and regional authorities, the Delegation of the European Union to Ethiopia requested the Ethiopian Development Research Institute (EDRI) to undertake an in-depth analysis of

Christophe Legrand posted Information 7 September 2017

Dear all,

Nice story from the GCCA Tanzania project on adapting crops to changing weather patterns.

Lea Appulo uploaded a new Document 31 July 2017

The Tana Delta is at the far downstream end of the Tana River Basin which provides eighty percent of Nairobi’s drinking water. Fifty-sixty percent of Kenya’s current energy demand is generated through hydropower dams.

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