Solar irrigation is boosting Nepalese farmers' jobs, income and community spirit.
Phone surveys and efforts to ask people what they think makes them resilient may change some old ideas
“They teach me that when a disaster arrives, we have to first help those who are more vulnerable and affected.”
In a country with a high unemployment rate, young people are rediscovering that farming can pay
"They (wild crops) may be our most potent weapon against climate change."
Restrictions on water use in Cape Town are "going be a part of what we term the new normal", says one city councillor
Conflict-torn countries may lack functioning governments, but pockets can be identified to work with communities to reduce risks of disasters
"Climate change can feel distant and intangible, and yet it's never been more important to make sure the science around it is heard and understood."
To guarantee livestock fodder even when pastures are dry, Kenyan farmers are switching to a soil-less culture technology.
This study sheds light on the role of climate information and climate information services in bolstering resilience in Burkina Faso
This study sheds light on the role of climate information and climate information services in bolstering resilience in Ethiopia
The Resilience Dashboard allows anyone to explore insights from BRACED's Rapid Response Research project in Myanmar
Early insights from a mobile phone panel survey in Myanmar using subjective tools
Links, impacts and perspectives from the Chadian context
This brief explores one aspect of how social protection can support better climate risk management and increase climate resilience by anticipating and dealing with shocks before they happen