Women and children can be disproportionately affected by disasters, but taking a quick, close look at disaster data could help reduce their vulnerabilities
But plenty of ideas on how to sort out the problems are emerging, from organising slumdwellers to simply deciding which are the key risks to take on first
With waste increasingly out of control, a plan to collect it and use it for fuel is also helping feed workers
Pastoralist girls in drought-hit Wajir often must walk long distances to fetch water – making them an easy target for abusers.
"Zero tillage" is helping Kenyan farmers reap higher yields and curbing climate change
As climate change picks up pace, "for heatwaves, our options are now between bad or terrible," says one researcher
A new way of funding climate change projects at the local level is giving women more say over the use of precious resources
This study seeks to understand the scope of climate information research and communication with pastoralist communities
Resilience measurement is complex. Yet it helps to build crucial evidence about how and why resilience is being strengthened, for whom, and in which contexts.
Report of the joint BRACED Zaman Lebidi / AMMA 2050 workshop
Summary report from the BRACED Annual Learning Event in Entebbe, Uganda
How Mercy Corps aims to inform decision-making, planning and implementation around key areas relevant to climate resilience in Wajir, Kenya
This paper explores how BRACED developed a toolkit to guide staff through the planning and implementing of resilient basic service delivery systems on the ground.