International Winter School - Gender equality and resilience to disasters and climate risks: Future research and action agenda(s)
An international winter school to share knowledge and improve global awareness of, and responsiveness to gender equality in the contexts of disaster risks, climate change and conflict.
The paradox of water development in Kenya's drylands
In Kenya's Wajir county, the emphasis on water development is happening at the expense of good water governance
5 messages on the negative impact of inequalities and discrimination against women in Chad
This document is a summary of the results of the BRACED study in Chad, which explores the links between violence against women and girls and building resilience.
Exploring links between financial services and climate resilience: evidence from Myanmar
This report lays out early findings from mobile phone surveys conducted in Hpa-An township, eastern Myanmar, focusing on access to financial services and emergency funds.
Access to water, a source of stability for breeders in the target areas of the Consortium Acting for Life/BRACED project
"Access to water has allowed us to stay and take care of our families"
Marking the corridor of livestock in the Sahel, less conflicts between breeders and farmers in the target communes of BRACED
"Before this project in our municipality we were involved in the management of several conflicts between farmers and breeders"
The inclusion of municipal authorities in all phases of the Livestock Mobility project, a means to ensure sustainability
"This project is not a project of ICD / Acting for Life, but it is our project"
Local funding fears as Britain sunsets climate resilience programme
Aid workers worry development projects will run short of money, putting hard-won gains at risk
Watch your step: Kenyan herders mark out disease-free grazing routes
With droughts and floods shrinking the amount of habitable land, the search for food and water is driving people and wildlife deeper into each other's territories, raising the risk of disease transmission
Should aid work stop when militants move in?
Development groups grapple with the insecurity that limits help for those who most need it in fragile states