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Ending poverty and addressing climate change are the two defining issues of our time. Both are essential to achieving sustain- able global development.
This paper presents an agenda for the next generation of climate adaptation research for development.
This case study for the Zambian Mission facilitated experiential learning on climate risks faced by farmers and the support institutions in current development activit
This guidance note highlights why climate risk management is important for smallholder farmers, and why it is important for Irish Aid’s work.
This booklet sets out guidance for assessing the effectiveness of an ecosystem-based approach to climate change adaptation.
The Strategic Framework for Irish Aid International Partnerships on Climate Change recognises the long-term nature of development and aligns with international framewo
The objectives of the Blueprint for Action (‘the Blueprint’) are to provide a tool to support integrated, nationally-led and equity-driven plans to prepare for ENSO an
Irish Aid’s investment in climate change is aimed at ensuring that developing countries, especially Key Partner Countries, can develop in a way that is resource-effici
This policy brief is primarily intended to help develop a common understanding of resilience across Ireland’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).
This document is intended to help Irish Aid staff and partner programme managers to: