Uganda National Meteorological Authority (UNMA), Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development and IIED surveyed households in Moroto and Nakapiripirit districts to understand the climate shocks they experience in their agriculture- and livestock-based livelihoods.
Uganda National Meteorological Authority (UNMA) joined meetings in Kampala with Irish Aid, IIED and others to finalise the case study into the performance of social protection in reducing the affects on climate shocks. The study concludes in late May 2018.
Ireland delegation to the COP23 will be joined by Mrs. C. Okollet, a local farmer, who will share her views in the side event on Climate Resilient Agriculture, organised by Ireland and IIED. She met with the HoD and shared her hopes; scaling climate finance to local levels is high on her agenda
The Embassy, working with Uganda Carbon Bureau (UCB) off set the office carbon emissions through Trees for Global Benefit & a carbon neutral certificate was issued. UCB has supplied energy efficient cook stoves to local staff to extend the practices beyond the office.