Tag Archives: climate risk assessment

Kulima director in Lusaka for conclusion of climate risk planning assignment

NamupandeDr Katharine Vincent is in Lusaka this week to finalise the assignment on climate risk planning with the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience in Zambia. The purpose of this assignment has been to build capacity for climate risk planning within the 14 pilot districts of the Barotse sub-basin. As such, a training course was designed and run with Climate Risk Adaptation Facilitators and District Planning Officers in order to faciltiate gender-sensitive climate risk assessments in communities, and the identification and prioritisation of adaptation activities. Climate change awareness raising and sensitisation meetings were subsequently held in eight districts to raise awareness of the risk assessment process and mainstreaming of findings in development planning.

Kulima director in Livingstone to train PPCR community facilitators and planning officers

LivingstoneDr Katharine Vincent is in Livingstone for two weeks as part of the assignment to support climate risk planning within phase 2 of the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience. The second phase of PPCR extends mainstreaming of climate resilience into local level policies and strategies, and supporting participatory adaptation and canal clearing in the flood-prone Bartose sub-basin. In conjunction with a local consultant, she is running a training of trainers course for Climate Resilience and Adaptation Facilitators and District Planning Officers, who will then facilitate gender-sensitive climate risk assessments in communities, and the identification and prioritisation of adaptation activities for inclusion in local level development planning.