Improved Adaptive Capacity to Climate Change for Sustainable Livelihoods in the Agriculture Sector

Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme, CDMP


Improved Adaptive Capacity to Climate Change for
Sustainable Livelihoods in the Agriculture Sector

summary report, Project phase 1

 

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FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS (FAO)
Rome, 2007



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Table of Contents

Part 1   [680Kb]

    1. Project background
    2. Project entry points
    3. Design of project implementation strategy
    4. Institutional mechanisms for adaptation in action
    5. Capacity building
    6. Initiation and implementation of field work

Part 2   [948Kb]

    7. Participatory field demonstrations of adaptation options
    8. Lessons learned and conclusions

Part 3   [384Kb]

    Annex 1. Summary of field demonstrations 2005/2007

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