Care Climate Change
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

6th July 2017
Community Adaptation Action Planning in Embu County, Kenya

This document has additional learning points relating to the practical facilitation of CAAPs and outlines findings on climate change vulnerability and community adaptation action planning in Iria-Itune, Kamarandi, Mutwabare and Ntharawe communities, Mbeere North and South, Embu, Kenya from 2015-2016.

1st April 2016
El Niño in 1997 and 2015 – learning from the past

8th March 2016
Planet 50-50: Women Step Up for Climate Action

The Sun – Power Source for Climate Adaptation
Disconnected from the grid, and challenged with long distances to towns and neighbouring villages, people living in Aman Bader, Niger, now have a reliable source of power for their mobile phones - the sun. Zennou Bakari is in charge of looking after the solar kit in her village.
22nd February 2016
Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction and Adaptation to Climate Change in Niger: Practitioner Brief 2

This brief describes key elements and lessons learnt of implementing a climate-integrated Community-based Early Warning System implemented by ALP in Niger.

A good harvest – counting on luck, coincidence and God
Rainfall patterns have changed significantly in northern Ghana due to climate change. Farmers can no longer plan their farming activities based on traditional knowledge, and they now rely – more than ever – on weather information. CARE is working with communities in northern Ghana to help vulnerable people adapt to the changing climate.
“I have worked for nothing”: When bushfires destroy livelihoods
As the climate changes, bushfires become increasingly frequent in Ghana worsening the conditions of small-scale farmers. CARE's "Adaptation Learning Programme" helps vulnerable farmers adapt to changing climatic conditions by installing rain gauges together with Ghana’s Meteorological Institute.

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