New pathways to resilience: Outcomes of the Climate Change Adaptation in Africa research and capacity building program 2006-2012

Abstract

The Climate Change Adaptation in Africa (CCAA) program is a joint initiative of the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) and IDRC that concluded in 2012. Over the course of the program, from 2006-2012, researchers in 33 African countries produced a wealth of new knowledge on climate change adaptation. This report draws upon conclusions found in the final report and final evaluation of Climate Change Adaptation in Africa. It also integrates available online resources and results from the program. The interactive report provides a guided tour of the program’s aims, efforts, and chief contributions. Throughout the report, there are links to program and project resources, and directions for delving further into its scientific findings.

Citation

O’Neill, M. New pathways to resilience: Outcomes of the Climate Change Adaptation in Africa research and capacity building program 2006-2012. (2012) 47 pp.

New pathways to resilience: Outcomes of the Climate Change Adaptation in Africa research and capacity building program 2006-2012

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