The goal of the project was to produce and disseminate information about settlement patterns, population densities and water resource management relative to policy, socioeconomic and climate dynamic.
Appreciate Inquiry involves the practice of asking questions that strengthen a system’s capacity to apprehend, anticipate, and heighten positive potential.
The program aims at developing information heritage relating to the environment, improving access to and exchange of environmental information, creating synergies and coordinating environmental operators.
The project is providing communities of southern Madagascar with a platform to share their experiences, knowledge and coping strategies and to voice their concerns and priorities for the future.
This adaptation option seeks to ensure the effectiveness of investment into and planning of water and sanitation services. It also seeks to increase the transparency of the decision-making process.
Powered with ArcGIS technology, this project forecasts rainfall and monitors rising water levels and sources of pollution while seeking new strategies for flood prevention.
Community-Based Adaptation (CBA) strategies, based on local indigenous knowledge and innovative strategies, are now being used to prevent the outbreak of cerebro-spinal meningitis (CSM) as well as cope with the disease once an outbreak is detected
Expanding and diversifying the base of the livelihood system will help reduce the pressure on fishery stocks in light changing sea surface temperatures and water levels.
The Focus City Research Initiative (FCRI), based in Barrio Alem, Moreno, focused on upgrading the community water network to improve water quality and accessibility, as well as improving the community management of the system.
This Focus City Research Initiative (FCRI), centered in Jakarta, was intended to produce a community-based water supply project, connecting 58 households to improved water supplies through a partnership with a private sector municipal water provid