Dr Katharine Vincent is currently in Lusaka, working with the DFID-funded Zambia Economic Advocacy Programme to identify opportunities to consider climate change and gender implications of planned economic policy research. Zambia Economic Advocacy Programme is working with a number of Zambian economic policy research institutes to fund research that can inform economic policy, and advocacy for economic policy changes within the country. Identifying think tanks and advocates for the research findings, including in the climate change and gender spheres, is another important component of the project.
- “Development geography II: Community-based adaptation and locally-led adaptation” New paper by Kulima April 3, 2023
- New project launch: WISER Early Warnings for Southern Africa March 24, 2023
- Kulima providing inputs to Climate Change Adaptation and Gender Mainstreaming Dialogue in South Africa March 6, 2023
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