Disasters happen to real people – and it's complicated
Age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation and many more factors must be considered if people are to become resilient to climate extremes
From camel to cup: Camel milk froths hopes in drought-hit Kenya
Camels are highly adapted to climate change, while their milk has been dubbed 'white gold' by food experts who say it could help conquer malnutrition
Stay or go? As weather gets wilder, states urged to prepare for displacement
With disasters uprooting 24 million people a year, pressure grows on governments to reduce the risk, and do more to protect the displaced
Growing disaster threats put human survival in doubt, warns U.N.
Air pollution, diseases, drought, climate change and earthquakes are creating risks "in a way that we have not anticipated"
From camel to cup
'From Camel to Cup' explores the importance of camels and camel milk in drought ridden regions, and the under-reported medicinal and vital health benefits of camel milk
Linking financial services and social protection for resilience in Kenya
This paper explores whether linking social protection and financial services can support people in preparing for and coping with climate shocks.
Building resilience for all: intersectional approaches for reducing vulnerability to natural hazards in Nepal and Kenya
This paper challenges and opportunities for understanding intersecting inequalities and delivering effective intersectional approaches that help build resilience to natural hazards and climate change.
Voice of resilience: Kenyan radio builds herders' trust in drought insurance
Explaining to pastoralists via local media how index-based insurance can protect them from climate stresses is persuading them to buy it
From roads to water, Nairobi slum upgrades bear fruit for residents
Improvements to infrastructure and services in Kenya's capital are boosting local incomes, reducing disaster risk, and laying the basis for greener development
Solar tracking bracelets protect nomadic Kenyan mothers and babies
Beaded bracelets with solar-powered GPS enable health workers to monitor pregnant pastoralist women, preventing deaths in childbirth