As droughts becomes harsher, killing animals, adding in vegetable farming - and other money makers - is paying off for pastoralists
The approach that evolved from a conference topic to a fully fleshed out method today is thriving in parts of Mali today
In the past, so-called traditional management approaches have demonstrated their limits
About a third of Kenya's farmers still do not use the national weather service to help them plan and protect their crops
Raising a crop - or a cow - is getting harder in Africa's drought-hit Sahel, but knowing what's coming can help
As rains become more erratic, growers put away small amounts of cash via their cellphones so they can afford fertiliser and hardier seeds
The partnership will focus at first on West Africa's Sahel region
"There are limits" to how much people can adapt if drought continues to worsen in the semi-arid Sahel, researchers warn
Restoring grazing land and forest can help communities stand up to the more frequent droughts climate change is bringing, farmers say
This paper shares insights on designing and implementing monitoring, evaluation and learning systems as well as generating useful evidence that informs large resilience-building programmes in an ...
This report explores early findings from BRACED's Rapid Response Research, focusing on access and response to climate information and early warning of extreme events
This report presents the findings of a land governance study commissioned by BRACED in the Karamoja region of Uganda
The paper challenges the notion that climate information services (CIS) can be effectively delivered directly to communities without engaging with – and building capacity of – national official CIS ...
This report summarises the results of three different BRACED country-level evaluations in Myanmar, Niger and Ethiopia