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Type: Publications
Year: 2010

The use of renewable natural resources and watersheds in Ecuador can be characterized largely spontaneous or based on the needto use a particular resource, but not for a planned process, although this is changing now. In the Napo River Basin, which is the mostimportant means of transportation in the Ecuadorian Amazon, it is possible to identify concrete actions for land management with thepurpose optimizing planning and fostering development.

Type: Publications
Year: 2010
This paper examines some of the key technical, institutional, policy and financial responses required to achieve this transformation. Building on case studies from the field, the paper outlines a range of practices, approaches and tools aimed at increasing the resilience and productivity of agricultural production systems, while also reducing and removing emissions. The second part of the paper surveys institutional and policy options available to promote the transition to climate-smart agriculture at the smallholder level. Finally, the paper considers current financing gaps and makes innovative suggestions regarding the combined use of different sources, financing mechanisms and delivery systems.  
Type: Publications
Year: 2010
Las experiencias exitosas seleccionadas y sistematizadas en el presente documento son un
instrumento que permitirá promover políticas a nivel local, nacional y regional que estén
orientadas en la prevención, preparación, respuesta y rehabilitación de la producción agropecuaria ante desastres naturales, con el fin de resguardar la seguridad alimentaria y los medios de vida de los pequeños agricultores y ganaderos.
Type: Publications
Year: 2009
This resource book has been prepared as a reference and training guide for building the capacity of agricultural extension workers and development professionals to deal with climate change impacts and adaptation, specifically targeting drought-prone areas of Bangladesh. It also presents suggestions for a three-day training course that would be readily adaptable for any areas of Bangladesh affected by climate-related risks. The information presented on climate change adaptation would enable participants to prepare, demonstrate and implement location-specific adaptation practices and thus to improve the adaptive capacity of rural livelihoods to climate change in agricultural and other sectors.
thus, to improve the adaptive capacity of rural livelihoods to climate change in agriculture and
allied sectors.
Type: Publications
Year: 2008

This report provides a summary of the working approach developed and tested to promote community-based adaptation within agriculture in Bangladesh. It presents lessons learned from the implementation process as well as the details of good practice options for drought risk management in the context of climate change.