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The year 2017 was marked by scores of humanitarian crises: armed conflicts, devastating natural disasters, climate shocks, hunger, millions of people fleeing their homes.
In Mozambique, climate change has been increasing the vulnerability of rural and urban communities. The approval of the new National Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Strategy (ENAMMC) in 2012 presented an important opportunity for ACCRA to advise the Government of Mozambique and ultimately to effect systemic and institutional change in planning for climate change adaptation.
This Oxfam International and CARE brief outlines the key challenges on adaptation finance that governments could advance at the One Planet Summit and in the course of 2018 to raise ambition.
CARE, Save the Children & USAID developed a community-based adaptation project. The goal was to increase the resilience of communities, especially women, young people, boys and girls, to shocks, stresses and future uncertainty resulting from climate change.
Practical advice on how to integrate resilience into humanitarian action
COP23 must advance and initiate concrete climate action, based on principles of human rights and equity, and achieve key progress in the government’s’ negotiations over the Paris Agreement’s concrete modalities.
This report provides different necessary elements for sustainability: Sustained Resources, Sustained Capacity, Sustained Motivation, and Sustained Linkages
Climate change resilience capacity statement and evidence statement from programs around the world.