Knowledge Sharing for Climate Change Adaption

Adaptation Strategies in Kenya, Niger and Uganda

Adaptation Strategies in Kenya, Niger and Uganda

Associated Organization: UNDP

The International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) has published three reports on climate risk management (CRM) in Kenya, Niger and Uganda, as part of the UN Development Programme’s (UNDP) Climate Risk Management (CRM) Technical Assistance Support Project (TASP). The reports illustrate how different communities in high-risk countries may have to adapt to a changing climate across a range of sectors.

CRM TASP is led by UNDP's Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery (BCPR) with inputs from the UNDP Bureau for Development Policy Energy and Environment Group (BDP/EEG). The objective of the project is to analyze risks to development associated with climate variability and change in order to define and prioritize risk management solution measures in both the short- and long-term. Read more

Themes: Agriculture, fisheries and food security, Climate Science, Poverty and vulnerability, Water

Regions: Africa

Countries: Kenya, Niger, Uganda

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