Senegal's coastline is receding at a rate of 1 to 2 metres per year, driven by rising sea levels, rapid urbanisation and illegal sand mining
Women and girls more likely to die in disasters or during infectious disease outbreaks, but disaster planning "gender blind", says U.N.
"Most urgent" need is to cut climate change, as failure to do so would make any risk reduction strategies futile, Glasser warns
Growing crops differently, to preserve more water in the soil, is having a big payoff for farmers, and for those they hire to help them do the work
Lack of storage forces farmers to sell their harvest at low prices - but changing that can help them get ahead
With village savings and loans associations, families have enough to eat and are putting away savings, even as they face more unreliable rainfall and climate change pressures
Getting translations right - particularly into local languages - can give farmers the tools they need to adapt to climate change
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.
Everything you need to know about conducting a good interview