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Learning tool on Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions in the agriculture, forestry and other land use sector

The learning tool has been designed to assist those working in the agriculture sectors who want to understand more about the Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) concept and increase their capacity to contribute to national and global climate change mitigation goals. It provides clear, easy to follow guidance on the identification, development and implementation of country specific climate change mitigation actions in the AFOLU sector. 

Incorporating climate change considerations into agricultural investment programmes

Duration: 5 hours
This course provides the necessary knowledge to design, develop and implement agricultural projects and programmes that address the challenges of a changing climate. It is useful for professionals working in agricultural development who need to learn how to mainstream effectively climate change considerations in their projects and programmes.

Investment Learning Platform (ILP)

Incorporating climate change considerations into overarching agricultural investment planning, as well as into specific projects and programmes is imperative to ensure that climate change is considered as part of all development decisions. These pages summarize key steps and approaches to systematically incorporate climate change considerations into agricultural investment planning and project management.

Gender in climate-smart agriculture

This module for the Gender in Agriculture Sourcebook co-published by the World Bank, IFAD, and FAO gives evidence of tested practices and innovative approaches to gender mainstreaming in CSA useful to development agencies and practitioners, policymakers, civil society, researchers and academics, as well as those working in the private sector.

Gender and Climate Change Research in Agriculture and Food Security for Rural Development

MICCA and the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) developed this training guide. It provides resources and participatory research tools for collecting, analysing and sharing gender-sensitive information about agricultural communities, households and individuals who are facing climate change. It shows inks between socio-economic and gender issues in the context of climate change in the agriculture and food security sectors.

Climate Change and Food Security

The e-learning course is composed of 4 lessons produced by the Programme on "Linking Information and Decision Making to Improve Food Security".