Policy and legal framework for securing communal land rights in Karamoja
This report presents the findings of a land governance study commissioned by BRACED in the Karamoja region of Uganda
How mobile phones can be used to track people’s views on resilience: key findings from Myanmar
This brief synthesises some of the main findings from the Rapid Response Research project, highlighting strengths and weaknesses of the project’s new approaches.
Webinar: Heatwaves in cities
Join us for a webinar discussion about cities and heatwaves on Thursday August 15th.
How does resilience change over time? Tracking post-disaster recovery using mobile phone surveys
Tracking post-disaster recovery using mobile phone surveys
Building resilience for all: intersectional approaches for reducing vulnerability to natural hazards and climate change: findings from Nepal
This note provides insights from the report 'Building resilience for all: intersectional approaches for reducing vulnerability to natural hazards in Nepal and Kenya', which highlights challenges and opportunities for understanding intersecting inequalities and delivering effective intersectional approaches that help build resilience to natural hazards and climate change. This note presents findings from the Nepal study.
New methods in resilience measurement: early insights from a mobile phone panel survey in Myanmar using subjective tools
Early insights from a mobile phone panel survey in Myanmar using subjective tools
Communicating climate change: A practitioner’s guide
CDKN guide offers practical advice on communicating climate change
Improving the governance of rural water points in Wajir County
Despite large investments in water development and the decentralisation of water service delivery, Wajir County residents continue to face problems of water scarcity.
Evaluating the results of BRACED projects in Ethiopia, Myanmar and Niger
This report summarises the results of three different BRACED country-level evaluations in Myanmar, Niger and Ethiopia
Water governance and development in the drylands: The case of Wajir County, Kenya
In the drylands, water is key to the sustainable management of pasture. Too commonly governments and development planners have taken over-simplified views of water resource development, prioritising the delivery of water resources over the impact this has on the complex interactions between the land, environment and livelihood systems, and their links to wider political processes. Pastoralism is often the main economy and livelihood option in dryland areas, and ensuring there is sufficient water for livestock is an important consideration that must be integrated with that of sustainable rangeland management. The study uses Wajir County as a case study to understand the challenges related to water governance and development in the drylands.