Local adaptation planning is focused on research that provides solutions to generating an enabling environment at sub-national scale for climate-smart agricultural adoption. This may be through exploration of public policy instruments and mainstreaming of adaptation in development plans, or through examination of other institutional arrangements at local sub-national scales that provide effective incentive mechanisms to ensure that climate smart agriculture be adopted by local communities. To ensure the needs of remote, vulnerable and marginalized communities are fully integrated in national climate change adaptation strategies, capacity building at community level is required to enable local governments to take part effectively in decision making. Instruments which promote marginalized groups and women are of special interest.
Tuesday September 25 2018
Saturday November 3 2018
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- RT @cgiarclimate_EA: Raising awareness of #climate information services: experiences during the 13th National Agriculture Show in… https://t.co/SVVex1sj5T, Wednesday, September 5, 2018
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- RT @catmungai: If you are attending #GHACOF50 visit stall number 7 to learn more about the @cgiarclimate_EA project on… https://t.co/KJ82Rf19Z1, Thursday, August 30, 2018
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