Kulima Integrated Development Solutions has been chosen by CARE Mozambique as an implementing partner in a BMZ-funded project on engendering disaster risk reduction. Running until 2014, the project will develop new gender-sensitive vulnerability assessment methodologies and train personnel to facilitate their use in participatory vulnerability assessments in Homoine and Angoche districts. After field testing, refinements will be made and the final gender-sensitive toolkit will be used to advocate for gender-sensitive disaster risk reduction. Further training will also be conducted with national and local level government and civil society members in the hopes that gender-sensitive vulnerability approaches become standard in the future.
- Kulima attends kick off meeting for the Food Systems Transformation in Southern Africa for One Health (FoSTA Health) project December 5, 2022
- “Finance for adaptation at the level of local government in South Africa” New report with inputs from Kulima October 18, 2022
- New project launch: Food Systems Transformation in Southern Africa for One Health (FoSTA Health) October 6, 2022
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