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Climate Change Learning for USAID Staff

USAID offers core courses on climate change adaptation, mitigation and monitoring & evaluation for all staff. USAID also offers mission-tailored courses and trainings on special topics in climate change, such as climate-smart food security.

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USAID Mission Training Highlights

USAID provides mission-tailored deliveries of its climate change core courses with a special emphasis on integrating climate change and development across sectors. These are open to mission staff, local implementing partners and host country counterparts. Recent deliveries include Haiti, Senegal and Peru.

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Illustrative Results

Since 2011, USAID has conducted more than 25,000 person hours of climate change training for USAID, other USG and implementing partner staff, reaching individuals from 72 missions worldwide.

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The baby chimpanzee nestled in its mother’s arms was a joyful surprise for the Bossou Forest community of southwest Guinea. On November 14, 2020, residents witnessed the first birth of a western chimpanzee in the Bossou Forest in almost a decade.
One of the greatest threats to our global community is climate change, and research shows women are more vulnerable than men to its consequences.
Women are the primary custodians of natural resources in the Hindu Kush Himalayan region and are at the forefront of the impacts of climate change. Yet, when it comes to decision-making and research on managing these resources, women’s voices are rarely heard.