Government-backed storage ponds are helping farmers face up to unpredictable rainfall linked to climate change
Data collected will inform the location of water points
Institutional anchoring has established transparency when funded projects are implemented
Volunteers are being trained to show rural communities ways to use water more efficiently to grow crops, and how to ease local tensions over the scarce resource
Climate-driven drought and agricultural expansion are increasing fights over grazing land - but restrictions may not be helping, experts say
Faltering rains linked to climate change and rapid population growth mean there's less water to go around
A project that lends drought-hit farmers money to buy a dairy cow, then insures the animal in case it gets sick, aims to bring in extra income - but some have struggled to make it pay
Camels are highly adapted to climate change, while their milk has been dubbed 'white gold' by food experts who say it could help conquer malnutrition
With disasters uprooting 24 million people a year, pressure grows on governments to reduce the risk, and do more to protect the displaced
A series of short, practical guidance documents with advice on how to interpret and use seasonal forecasts.
CDKN guide offers practical advice on communicating climate change
This paper explores whether linking social protection and financial services can support people in preparing for and coping with climate shocks.
This paper challenges and opportunities for understanding intersecting inequalities and delivering effective intersectional approaches that help build resilience to natural hazards and climate change.
Drawing on BRACED, this special issue of Disasters reflects on resilience-building in some of the world’s most climate-vulnerable countries and contexts.
This paper critically examines the evolving climate services landscape and raises questions about what the future holds for climate services in sub-Saharan Africa.