Irish Aid's key implementing partners and IIED held a 2nd workshop in Addis Ababa to bring together evidence of effectiveness in livelihood programming. The progress made so far will be presenred at the Community Based Adaptation Workshop being held in Malawi next month.
Echnoserve and IIED visited households and communities around Lake Hawassa to conduct the 6th and final survey to track the impact of Irish Aid's climate resilient livelihoods programs. The findings from the past 3 years will be available later in the summer.
Tracy Kajumba (Irish Aid), Simon Anderson (IIED) and Sam Barrett (IIED) were in Addis Ababa (22nd-25th Jan.) to train Irish Aid's key partners in transfering their experiences into climate policy influence. The exercise is on-going until May 2018.
As part of identifying entry points for integrating climate climate change into development programming, screening was done per sector to understand climate risks to programming effectiveness, ways to address integration and evidence generation for the next strategy development.