The African Climate Change Fellowship Program facilitates the dissemination of adaptation knowledge, enhances climate change mainstreaming in a variety of institutions, and has the potential to influence policy and decision-making on climate change adaptation in Africa.
Research analyzing how members from resource dependent communities may react to a lack of water resource.
As a strategy for climate change adaptation, conversion from flood irrigation to drip irrigation can provide opportunities to improve both the farm-level net returns and the public net benefits of conserving limited water resources.
National adaptation programmes of action (NAPAs) provide a process for Least Developed Countries (LDCs) to identify priority activities that respond to their urgent and immediate needs to adapt to climate change – those for which further delay would increase vulnerability and/or costs at a later
The Focus City Research Initiative (FCRI) project focused on waste management practices in the city of Cochabamba, and on improving the lives and work of informal recyclers based at the Kjara Kjara landfill.
Crop models were used to simulate the impact of climate and agricultural practices on crops. The agricultural practices that were simulated include adjustments to planting dates and fertilizer amounts.
To reduce the increasing prevalence of malaria as a result of climate change, subsidized mosquito nets provided to middle income earners is particularly important as they are the most likely to suffer from the disease.
The AfricaInteract project is an African-wide initiative aimed at providing an appropriate forum for interaction among a broad range of stakeholders in sub-Saharan Africa on climate change adaptation.
Early warning systems are developing "from the ground up" to reduce the impact of flash floods in Medellín and nine other neighboring municipalities in the Aburrá Valley of the Colombian Andes.