climate change resilience

Nampula Adaptation to Climate Change Final Evaluation

This 67 page final evaluation highlights findings from the Nampula Adaptation to Climate Change project, which reached 32,720 people in northern Mozambique. It was funded by the German government for $3.7 million from 2015-2018. Families were able to grow more food, better respond to crises, and save more money. They also were able to adopt many climate change practices on their fields that helped them respond to emergencies. The first thing families in Mozambique invest in when they get more savings and credit is their children’s education. Read More...

ICAM Vietnam Final Report

This 78 page document describes the results of the ICAM project funded by Australian Aid Read More...

Garic etude capitalisation versionfinale définitive

This 39 page doucment highlights findings from focus groups on what communities thought were the mos... Read More...

Grad final evaluation report

This 138 page external evaluation highlights findings from Feed the Future (USAID) GRAD program in E... Read More...

Final review report on pastoralism project

86 page review of Irish Aid’s support to pastoralism in Tanzania to generate learning for potential ... Read More...

Aesa baseline report

This baseline survey was conducted on a small number of selected indicators to understand and docume... Read More...

Care vslas in south darfur final report

This 60 page report highlights the impacts that VSLAs have on resilience in Sudan Read More...

Madagascar – apinga – rapport d’évaluation finale care mdg (version définitive)

This 74 page report highlights the results of the APINGA project financed by BMZ Read More...

Grad resilience assessment

This 46 page document highlights the impacts GRAD has had on the resilience of the people that are t... Read More...

Emergency cash-first response evaluation

This 161 page document highlights findings from the mobile case transfers project from August 2015 ... Read More...

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