Practitioner Tools

CARE has developed several tools to help humanitarian and development practitioners integrate climate change risk management into their projects. Please use the menu bar on the left side of this page, or click on a tool below.  

Advocacy toolkit – Southern Voices
Toolkits that aim to guide and support civil society actors in the South in their efforts to advocate for pro-poor climate policies.
CARE CBA Framework
CARE CBA framework (Community Based Adaptation)
CARE promotes Community-Based Adaptation to climate change because we believe it to be a highly effective approach, for the following reasons: […]
Learning Series 1 Win-Win Results
CARE Vietnam Learning Series
In Vietnam, CARE works with women and men to both promote gender equality and increase communities’ resilience to climate change. This Learning Series draws together key issues and lessons learned in the course of addressing the intersecting challenges of gender inequality and climate change, and gives examples and recommendations on how they can be addressed.
Community Based Adaptation (CBA) Project Toolkit
The CARE CBA Projects Toolkit offers a practical "how-to" guide for practitioners as they work through the project cycle.
Community Digital Storytelling Guidelines
Guidelines for how to create Community Digital Storytelling (CDST) videos for participatory monitoring and evaluation (M&E) and advocacy purposes.
Community Visioning in CBA (Community Based Adaptation)
A tool developed in Vietnam, to help communities develop a shared vision of positive change, in relation to community based adaptation (CBA) and watershed ecosystem management activities.
CVCA Handbook (Climate Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment)
CARE’s most popular practitioner tool. A community-level analysis tool that integrates climate change into a wider participatory vulnerability assessment.  By […]
CCAFS_CARE Gender_Toolbox
Gender and Inclusion Toolbox
This manual is a resource and toolbox for NGO practitioners and programme designers interested in diagnostic and action research for gender sensitive and socially inclusive climate change programmes in the rural development context.

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