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24 October 2018, Kampala, Uganda – In order to increase resilience in the agriculture sectors, it is important to understand the impact of different climate change adaptation options. With the help of impact evaluation tools, countries can select adaptation interventions...
20-21 February 2019 – Establishing a methodology for climate-sensitive budgeting and expenditure tracking is a foundation for ensuring long-term investments in national adaptation planning. To strengthen the capacity of institutions to identify and track climate-related expenditure, the United Nations Development...
The 27-29 November marked the first national multi-stakeholder consultation, organized by FAO in Senegal, ahead of the launch of the project "Strengthening national adaptation planning capacities for food security and nutrition" funded by the Government of Quebec. The event brought together...
28 November 2018 - The Government of Uganda launched its first ever National Adaptation Plan for the Agriculture Sector (NAP-Ag), which will guide mainstreaming of climate change in agriculture sector policies, plans and budgets. The strategic framework, launched by the Ministry...
By Julia Wolf (FAO) and Rohini Kohli (UNDP)  We need to change the way we farm, the way we eat and the way we think if we as a civilization are going to survive the catastrophic impacts that climate change is...
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