The results of the climate change case study were shared today with a wide range of stakeholders in Lusaka, ranging from Government, civil society organisations and the cooperating partners. It generated a lot of interest.
Climate change case study was shared in plenary at the ongoing community based adaptation in Kampala with more than 280 delegates by Mwiya Mundia
Durton Nanja (Zambian Met. Dept.), Self-Help Africa and local government travel to Northern Province (w/c 19/06/17) to evaluate the performance of climate risk adjusted cropping strategies, and the level of learning gained by smallholder farmers from the case study.
‘Climate change has been taken as a very technical subject but the facilitators have brought it to new levels of understanding through unpacking the terminologies and relating the climate screening to the strategy objectives’, Patricia Malasha, Irish Aid Social Protection Advisor.