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Find below CARE’s news on various topics concerning climate change

11th March 2019

Improved Agricultural Practices Helped Put an End to Migration

27-year-old Sunita Bai, an Adivasi woman farmer from the tribal dominated Jabla village in Chhattisgarh was facing a tough financial situation for many years, particularly due to limited crop production […]

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11th March 2019

Coping with Climate Change in Chad through the Construction of the Spreading Thresholds

Chad, particularly its Sahelian zone, is confronted with recurrent climatic and environmental shocks, such as floods, droughts, and sandstorms, that increase the vulnerability of its population. These shocks translate into […]

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7th March 2019

Innovation in Bee Farming in Jericho – West Bank

CARE West Bank and Gaza worked with a group of women in Jericho in the West Bank to start a bee farm. They established a business plan and secured equipment […]

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6th March 2019

Creating Options and Inspiring Change: Basanti Tirkey’s Story

Basanti Tirkey is one of the beneficiaries of Where the Rain Falls (WtRF) project and a member of the Bharat Mata Self-Help Group (SHG). She is one of the practitioners […]

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6th March 2019

Participatory Scenario Planning Helps Households Cope with Weather Shocks

Chekole Halfom, 43 year, lives in Alamata Woreda of Tigray Zone. A small scale farmer with 0.125 ha of land, and father of five, lost his entire sorghum crop during […]

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17th January 2019

Leading Climate Change Adaptation Of Seaweed Producers In Iloilo

“Have you ever felt so upset when all your hard work vanished in a snap?” This was how Daisy Albao started when asked about the changes in her life after […]

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18th December 2018

Clean Cookstoves in India

Access to energy is a key component of alleviating poverty and an indispensable element for human development. Over 45% of the India’s population is currently denied energy access; nearly 70% […]

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By Camilla Schramek on 15th December 2018

Big polluters fall short at COP24 despite leadership of the most vulnerable

Outcome not enough to address climate emergency, governments must now step up nationally Katowice, 15 December. On Saturday evening, the UN climate change talks concluded in Katowice, Poland after much debate. […]

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