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2021 a super year

Event date: 
Friday, 1 January, 2021 - 00:00

Before the pandemic, the global community was gearing up for a big 2020. But as the pandemic spread and took hold, meetings were postponed to 2021. The result? A concentrated series of big events and decision-points related to climate change, nature and development over the coming 12 months: leading this year to be labelled the 2021 'super year'.


The effectiveness of health provision for women and girls in the context of gender inequalities and climate change. A case study of Misungwi District, Tanzania


Annual Report- "Greening the Mission" Embassy of Ireland, Dar es Salaam 2020


New Climate Change and Development Learning Platform website launch

Simon Anderson

Understanding local climate priorities: applying a gender and generation focus


Principles of Locally Led Adaptation


Local updates

Capacity Development for Climate Action (CD4CA)

The Tanzania Mission is taking forward a capacity development for climate action CD4CA process with IIED to be able to support climate action through development programming. Other Missions are invited to join in CD4CA tailored to their needs.

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Food and income security through Climate Smart Agriculture

Irish Aid partner Musika implements a nitrition project that aims to reduce stunting through the promotion of crop production, processing and consumption of diversified food commodities. Musika links smallholder farmers like Justine Kazunga (photo) to agri-food companies.

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Learning from the PRIORIZE Initiative in Mozambique

Irish Embassy Mozambique supported the PRIORIZE Initiative that developed a prototype approach to align local adaptation planning and implementation with social protection delivery at the district level. Learning from the Initiative is summarised here

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Climate action and our priority objectives

Prioritising gender equality, reducing humanitarian need, climate action and strengthening governance are key strategies for directing our development cooperation to the furthest behind first.

More about climate action and our four objectives

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