CARE Publications

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13th June 2018
Promoting Pro-Poor Adaptation to Climate Change

Civil society from across the world using the Joint Principles for Adaptation to build resilient communities and enhance adaptation governance

9th June 2018
Practical Guide to Participatory Scenario Planning: Seasonal climate information for resilient decision-making

Participatory Scenario Planning (PSP) for seasonal climate forecast decision making is an approach to collaborative design and delivery of seasonal user-centred climate information services

8th June 2018
Four Opportunities in Climate Resilient Agriculture: Learning Brief

Our work on gender and social inclusion has taught us that empowering farming women brings many societal, community and individual benefits and that realizing the rights of women and girls requires constant attention.

29th March 2018
Great Ruaha River Basin Climate Vulnerability and Capacity Analysis (CVCA)

The CARE-WWF Alliance is embarking on an ambitious initiative to have an impact at scale on food and nutrition security and climate resilience. Community-level Climate Vulnerability and Capacities Analysis (CVCA) were undertaken in the Mbarali and Ndembera sub-catchments.

9th March 2018
Design of gender transformative smallholder agriculture adaptation programmes

This How to Do Note (HTDN) is intended to provide guidance on how to design smallholder agriculture adaptation programmes that consider the differential impacts of climate change on women, men and youth smallholder farmers.

9th March 2018
ASAP Gender Assessment and Learning Review

This report presents the findings and recommendations from a gender assessment and learning review of IFAD’s Adaptation in Smallholder Agriculture Programme (ASAP)

26th February 2018
Enhancing Resilience through Gender Equality

This report finds that highly gendered roles and responsibilities mean higher workloads and lower recognition of women for their work. Men and women have distinct gendered roles in agricultural production, income generation, management of natural resources and household activities, and men tend to have more authority and control of power and resources within the household and community.

26th February 2018
Reaching Resilience

The purpose of this strategy is to set the course of actions for CARE Bangladesh to ensure that its work contributes to building the resilience of its impact populations’ shocks and stresses.

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