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New report: Managing Uncertainty - An economic evaluation of community-based adaptation in Dakoro, Niger

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No surrender to climate chaos: What happened and where next after the UN climate talks in Warsaw?

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Project video: Restoring mangrove areas in Vietnam - also available in French & Spanish

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Report: Climate vulnerability capacity analysis in four regions of Indonesia

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Case studies: Building Coastal Resilience to Climate Change in Indonesia and Thailand

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Report: Climate vulnerability and capacity of ethnic minorities in northern mountainous regions of Vietnam

Where the Rain Falls: Can understanding rain enable change?

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    Livestock adaptation: Proposal for extreme drought areas in the province of Camagüey, Cuba Print E-mail

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    Through this project, cooperatives will increase their human and technological capacities on climate risks and adaptation practices and will implement disasters risks reduction strategies based on a climate forecast system. Actors and population linked to the livestock will have information available to help them integrate vulnerability and adaptive capacity into development policies.


    In the project, CARE will partner with the Cuban Association of Animal Production (ACPA) and Meteorological Society of Cuba (SOMETCUBA). The project intends to reach nearly 150 members of cooperatives and technician (15.7 percent of women) organized in eight Basic Units of Cooperative Production (UBPC) and municipal and provincial actors of the livestock sector.


    For more information, contact Patricia Chambon

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