Case Studies

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CARE Mali: Resilience, Food Security and Climate Change Adaptation
OVERVIEW CARE has worked in Mali since 1975 implementing humanitarian response projects as well as longer term development programs working […]
Climate Smart Agriculture: Using Greywater for Improved Irrigation and Food Security
In response to the pressing issue of climate change-driven food insecurity in project areas, N@C promotes the use of greywater, or runoff water that is non-potable but safe to re-use for irrigation, as a solution to the challenges posed by the adverse effects of climate change on water accessibility and homestead food production in Zambia.
Winds of change bring good tidings for the people of Mossuril
Mossuril, a district on the north coast of Mozambique, is no stranger to the devastation that comes with cyclones, heavy […]
CARE Honduras Facilitates Drought Resilience
CARE Honduras uses ecologically and economically sustainable technology to help households cope with droughts Overview: Rainwater capture has proven to […]
Agricultural Kiosks in India: Improving Access to Inputs Among Small-Holder Women Farmers
Background All through India, women farmers face inequalities. This is especially true of those in historically poor and disadvantaged Scheduled […]
Promoting Climate Smart Agriculture in Zimbabwe’s Dry Belt
We’re doing much better – even though the climate now is a lot less predictable Gosha Zimhatye and Haris Rutsate […]
Teaching Niger’s Dryland Farmers How to Fish
Hardo Mazou is a farmer in Aguie, a village in the Maradi region of Niger. The 44 year old father […]
Bringing Resilience Building to the Classroom
Implementation of PfR´s Education Modules in the municipality of Chiquimulilla in Guatemala is having a great effect on high school […]

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