What can the BRACED discussion fora offer?
The first BRACED online discussion explores our new platform
Dakar floods shows how social ties can help, hinder disaster management
Severe flooding in my village makes me wonder: does the strong sense of solidarity in Senegal relieve the government of its disaster management duties?
Climate change risks endemic conflict and migration
Climate change is leading to endemic insecurity with crises like migration, food prices and water access that may be overlooked
Drought in Ethiopia tests people’s resilience to climate extremes
From camels to cut-and-carry systems, Ethiopians of varying vulnerability levels cope with climate change impact
Floods in Merti 2015
Floods in Merti, Kenya, Fall 2015
Live with Water project area before project start
A view of the "Live with Water" project by CRES prior to the project's start.
Two seasons of late and erratic rains lead to drought in Ethiopia
Consecutive seasons of short or erratic rainfall are complicating farming efforts
Why the strongest hurricane on record was no ‘catastrophe’
While Hurricane Patricia was extreme by many measures including very fast wind speed and low central pressure, Patricia did not result in the catastrophic damage that some were anticipating.
Market gardening in Chad
Concern staff member giving training to a market gardening group in Koutoufou, Sila region, Eastern Chad, 2012.