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This brief is aimed at summarizing the WtRF approach adopted and the main results of the activities implemented from 2014-2016.
These stories are the examples of how communities are uniquely affected by climate change and how PfR Indonesia and its stakeholders work together and come up with unique solutions that further help strengthening community resilience and securing their livelihoods.
The Livelihoods for Resilience Activity, also known as GRAD 2, seeks to help 97,900 households graduate from the PSNP with resilience, by achieving four objectives.
GRAD was a five-year USAID-funded project designed to help the Government of Ethiopia find sustainable solutions to chronic food insecurity
Climate change has caused a dramatic reduction in glacier extent and volume in Peru. This report includes pioneering work of compiling and locating possible future lakes in Peru.
Civil society from across the world using the Joint Principles for Adaptation to build resilient communities and enhance adaptation governance
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
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.