Following Kulima's training of staff in the new gender-sensitive Climate Vulnerability and Capacity Analysis (GCVCA) methodology in August 2013, and then the facilitating of 2 planning workshops last month to design and prepare for the participatory research assessment, Dr Katharine Vincent is currently in Angoche to support the teams and provide technical backstopping as they undertake thir fieldwork for their GCVCAs as part of the BMZ-funded prroject on Engendering Disaster Risk Reduction. In-keeping with CARE's other activities in Angoche, the assessments have been designed to provide inputs to ongoing programmes, namely CARE's Adaptation Learning Programme and the CARE-WWF Alliance 'Primeiras e Segundas' on conservation and development.
- Kulima participates in southern Africa’s first “testbed” for alerts of thunderstorms under the WISER EWSA project January 29, 2024
- WISER Early Warnings for Southern Africa project holds workshops in Zambia November 7, 2023
- “Status of global coastal adaptation” New paper with inputs from Kulima October 19, 2023
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