Discover resources for locally-led, inclusive, multisectoral upgrading for climate resilience in urban informal settlements in this guide. It aims to support a range of stakeholders to both build climate resilience in informal settlements and link locally led action with broader processes of urban and climate governance.
Learn about EWI: a pragmatic survey-based tool made to measure, monitor and carry out diagnostics of water, sanitation, and hygiene-related interventions, allowing for inclusive and equitable outcomes.
This EbA course will equip learners with transferable and replicable skills in designing and implementing EbA initiatives by offering targeted training on key principles, risk assessments, monitoring, and governance.
The main challenge of integrating climate information into risk assessments are opposing approaches for assessing climate risks and adaptation options and its implications for the design of climate information products. This guide breaks down the process using Cai Lon – Cai Be climate risk assessment as an example.
The purpose of the technical report series is to support informed stakeholder dialogue and decision making in order to achieve sustainable socio-economic development through equitable utilization of, and benefit from, the shared Nile Basin water resources.
This handbook contains trainings on climate services that are designed for practitioners, technical staff and decision makers responsible for the provision of Climate Services and planning and implementation of infrastructure investment.