Students from St. Scholastica Primary School in Nairobi, Kenya studied the links between weather patterns and malaria occurrences using mosquito habitat mapping within the Lake Victoria region in Kenya.
Climate change presents a significant threat to reducing the burden of malaria globally and in Sub-Saharan Africa, which, despite tremendous progress, continues to have a devastating impact on human health and livelihood throughout the world.
It’s not unusual to see stretches of dry land in Niger, West Africa. The Saharan terrain is often baked by the scorching sun. However, for 18 year-old Rimana Issoufou Hassane Mayak, the climate she has known all her life is changing. And, as she makes her way to school, she notices something different almost every day.
In late 2020, the USAID Transparency and Long-Term Strategies (T-LTS) project conducted a four-part online training for practitioners on developing mid-century, low-carbon strategies that consider climate risks and include climate adaptation strategies
This blog is part of the Benefits of Climate Risk Management blog series that aims to provide evidence-based deep dives into USAID case studies. A USAID-funded Cambodia fisheries project outperformed productivity goals after incorporating climate-sensitive design, including planning for increased risk of drought and extreme heat events.
This module is a new learning resource developed by the USAID Climate Ready Project to enhance the Project Management Practice certificate course it is delivering across the Pacific in partnership with University of the South Pacific Technical and Further Education.
Climate change is a complex global issue affecting all aspects of life and finding adaptive solutions can seem overwhelming. Integrating climate change adaptation into everyday life does not need to be so challenging.
The climate change analysis summarized in this annex aims to inform USAID/North Macedonia's CDCS and ensure that the strategy is responsive to climate risks while strengthening North Macedonia's resilience and self-reliance.