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Type: Learning
Year: 2010

This Food Security Toolkit, designed specifically for Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs), aims to improve Pacific Islanders’ ability to produce and access safe and nutritious foods that meet their dietary and cultural needs. Targeting food security in the Pacific region is a critical action in the face of climate change, which will continue to place added pressure on existing food and water resources. The ultimate aim of the toolkit is to help ensure that Pacific Island communities continue to produce and have access to a wide range of nutritious food for sale and home consumption. For further information click http://www.fao.org/family-farming/detail/en/c/286381/

Type: Learning
Year: 2010

The Guidelines provide a holistic approach to addressing land issues from the immediate aftermath of a natural disaster through early recovery and reconstruction phases. The Guidelines take an inter-disciplinary approach to land, one that also brings together humanitarian emergency relief and early recovery perspectives. Throughout the text, readers will find many short cases illustrating practical aspects of bringing land issues into the post-disaster recovery process. Tools and other useful references are also included. The information provided in these Guidelines will be of interest and use to anyone directly working to support rapid yet sustainable recovery of human settlements following a natural disaster. The Guidelines were produced through a partnership between UN-HABITAT, the Global Land Tool Network (GLTN), FAO and the Early Recovery Cluster.

Type: Learning
Year: 2008

The e-learning tool 'Planning for Community Based Adaptation (CBA) to Climate Change' supports training on community-based climate change adaptation in agriculture. The tool links research-based knowledge on climate change impacts with examples and experiences on CBA drawn from FAO field projects and a range of country-specific case studies. The intended outcoume of the tool is to assist all actors, who face the challenge of initiating and facilitating adaptation processes at community level.

Type: Learning
Year: 2005
This e-learning tool on climate and flood forecast applications in agriculture was developed to assist the Department of Agriculture Extension of the Government of Bangladesh and other interested learners, including disaster managers, to better undertsand the basic concepts and implementation of climate and flood forecast applications in the agriculture sector. This e-learning tool was developed based on the training modules jointly produced and tested by the Asian Disaster Preparedness Center and FAO under the project "Support to strengthen disaster preparedness in the agriculture sector" in Bangladesh. Additional resources are included in this e-learning tool to make it more interactive and comprehensive.
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