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Urgent Action by humanitarian and development partners is required in the southern Africa region to mitigate the effects of climate-induced stress on vulnerable and food insecure communities
This book tells the stories of 2000 women. This is their story. Story of the women from slums who are at the centre of resilience building in an urban context.
The CARE 2020 Program Strategy describes the changes in the world we want to see and our role in bringing about those changes.
CARE has been working with communities in the Asia Pacific region for over three decades, supporting women, their families, and local communities to build their capacities to prepare, adapt and respond to disasters and climate change.
This executive summary has been prepared with the purpose of demonstrating the best practices that help families and communities adapt to the adverse impacts of climate change.
CARE Bangladesh has conducted a study to evaluate a few selected best CBA practices which are tested in the SWR and prioritized by both the promoters and end users. This paper is the outcome of the research conducted.
CARE Bangladesh has investigated the impact of climate change on urban marginalized communities, with a focus on growing, actionable knowledge on emerging challenges and opportunities, in particular for women and girls.
This report presents, for the first time, a comprehensive analysis of the finance provided by the G7 group, as the main causers of climate change and main providers of climate finance, to developing countries for climate change adaptation and to what extent it promotes gender equality.