The aim of Phase 1 of the Climate Adaptation study is to provide methodologies and guidance on the assessment of climate threats and for the identification and prioritisation of adaptation options. These are contained in 2 reports: a Climate Threats Report and a Climate Adaptation Options Report.
The guideline documents as well as the recommendations for the implementation of demonstration sections and the proposed recommendations for Phase 2 of the study were debated at workshops held in January and February 2017 in Ghana, Ethiopia and Mozambique. The outputs of these workshops will define the objectives and scope for Phase 2 with will be outlined in the Final Report for Phase 1.
This report is part of the Applied Research on Rural Roads and Transport Services through Community Access Programmes in Africa and Asia (AFCAP2 and AsCAP)
Verhaeghe, B.; Head, M.; Makhanya, S.; Paige-Green, P. (2017). Climate Adaptation: Risk Management and Resilience Optimisation for Vulnerable Road Access in Africa - Workshops held in Mozambique, Ghana and Ethiopia , AfCAP-GEN2014C, ReCAP for DFID: London.