"We tend to think we're stronger than nature - but we're not," explorer says
Drought is forcing Ethiopian pastoralists to change their attitudes towards farming.
The Resilience Exchange is a major flagship report exploring what BRACED has learned after 2 years.
As hurricanes and floods grab headlines, heatwaves associated with climate change are claiming lives around the world
"If it rains again, we'll lose the entire village."
The service, whose co-founder Kenny Ewan describes it as "the internet for people with no internet", is free to use and only requires a mobile phone.
Turning shifts to clean energy and climate resilience into projects that bankers can sink trillions of dollars into is what's needed, bankers say
Eastern and southern Africa were hit hard last year by drought exacerbated by El Niño that wilted crops, slowed economic growth and drove food prices higher
“We use the hot sun as a blessing,” says one farmer, who has seen his harvest grow 40 percent in the last five years
The Resilience Exchange explores what the BRACED programme has learned so far.
What works and why in implementing and achieving outcomes in adaptation and resilience-building projects? This paper considers the challenges faced and lessons learned in the mid-term review of BRACED...
This case study examines how the CIARE project is helping vulnerable communities in Ethiopia become more financially resilient.
This case study examines how the CIARE project is bringing climate information services to vulnerable communities in Ethiopia.
This report presents a synthesis of project-level mid-term reviews, carried out after 18 months’ implementation of the BRACED programme.