Experiential learning workshop
CC&E Nexus Brief: The El Niño Phenomenon and Related Impacts ￼
This brief focuses on El Niño–Southern Oscillation phenomenon and the 2015/2016 El Niño event in particular, the environmental and societal impacts and effects of which will extend well into 2017.
Ethiopia drought adaptation
This blog describes UNDP's experiences in Ethiopia as it faces its worst drought in 50 years and underlies the critical role that climate adaptation efforts play in sustaining livelihoods.
Self Help Africa
Self Help Africa is a leading international development charity with an expertise in small-scale farming and growing family-farm businesses.
Climate Change Impacts on Ecosystem Services and Food Security in Eastern Africa (CHIESA)
The Climate Change Impacts on Ecosystem Services and Food Security program focused on increasing knowledge on climate change impacts and adaptation strategies in 3 highland ecosystems in East Africa
Banking on resilience: building capacities through financial services inclusion
This BRACED policy brief looks at experiences in Mali, Ethiopia and Myanmar in helping to build resilience to climate extremes and disasters through increased financial inclusion.
Climate resilience and financial services: Lessons from Mali, Myanmar and Ethiopia
This BRACED working paper provides a high-level overview of the context and structure of the financial services sector in three BRACED countries; Ethiopia, Mali and Myanmar.
Population, Fertility and Family Planning
Linking Population, Fertility and Family Planning with adaptation to Climate Change: Views From Ethiopia
Water implications of foreign direct investment in Ethiopia’s agricultural sector
Ethiopia is a country in which a lot of foreign land acquisition is occurring. This paper looks at the extent to which these investments also constitute significant acquisitions of water.
Comparative Assessment of Decentralization in Africa
This study is a comparative report drawing upon desk studies of 10 African countries above, plus follow-up field studies in Botswana, Mali, Mozambique, Nigeria, and Tanzania
Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change in the Semi-Arid Regions of East Africa
Home to hundreds of millions of people, the semi-arid regions of Africa and Asia are particularly vulnerable to climate-related impacts and risks.
When people move
Podcast by UK Climate Change and Migration Coalition: When people move. Understanding how climate change creates the movement of people
Horn of Africa Regional Environmental Center and Network
The Horn of Africa Regional Environment Centre & Network (HoA-REC&N) is an autonomous institution under Addis Ababa University that focuses on environmental concerns and sustainable develop
Extension Agents' Awareness of Climate Change in Ethiopia
This articles describes the research attempts to provide a specific insight on the current level of awareness and understanding of EAs regarding climate change.
Bahir Dar University
Bahir Dar University is among the largest universities in the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, with more than 53,343 students in its 70 undergraduate and 93 masters (second degree) and 15 P
Adaptive Governance in Mountains (MOUNTAIN EVO)
The world's mountains host some of the most complex&dynamic ecosystems.This project is about how to govern these ecosystems for poverty alleviation enabled by environmental virtual observatories
How can Ethiopia do better at mitigating disaster risk and adapting to climate change?
Manish Kumar is the newest member of the ACCRA...
CBA and resilience-building in Ethiopia
Planning for the future and adapting to climate change in Ethiopia - Lessons from ACCRA
85% of Ethiopians are dependent on rain for...
Local disaster risk reduction planning in Ethiopia
Ethiopia has registered steady economic growth in the recent past, but it is also one of the most disaster prone countries in Africa. Without careful management, disaster...
Strengthening climate resilience in African cities - A framework for working with informality
What opportunities and challenges does climate compatible development present in the context of rapidly growing cities across the African continent, where two key features are...
Oxfam Hong Kong
Oxfam Hong Kong began in 1976, when volunteers came together, opened a second-hand shop, and raised funds for anti-poverty projects around the world.
Long-range Energy Alternatives Planning (LEAP)
LEAP (Long-range Energy Alternatives Planning) is a powerful, versatile software system for integrated energy planning and greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation assessment. It is used by...