- ItemAdaptCoop : renforcement de la résilience des coopératives cacaoyères face aux changements climatiques en Côte d’Ivoire(2023-02-27) Brunelle, Renée; Okou, Alla Kouadio; Chérif, Mamadou; Koné, Daouda; Larrivée, Caroline
- ItemAriabilité climatique et devenir de la cacaoculture en Côte d’Ivoire d’ici 2050 : note de synthèse à l’attention des décideurs et décideuses(2023) M’bo, Antoine Alban Kacou; Adolphe, Mahyao Germain; Kouadio, Kouakou; Okou, Alla Kouadio; Brunelle, Renée; Cherif, Mamadou
- ItemScaling-up pathways of last mile climate information services for community resilience in Uganda and Kenya (CHAI-III)(2023) Gebru, Berhane; Kwena, Kizito; Mworozi, Edison; Sewankambo, NelsonThere is a global consensus that unless urgent action is taken, the bad food security and extreme poverty situation in Kenya, Uganda and the rest of Africa will be aggravated by climate variability and change. According to the IPCC, the best way out for the two countries and the continent is to adapt to climate change because adaptation will guarantee benefits now and in future. However, adaptation is information intensive, and farmers in Kenya and Uganda and other parts of Africa lack access to climate information in user-friendly formats and within an acceptable lead time to enable them to make informed decisions to minimize losses and maximize on the opportunities presented by climate variability and change. The Scaling-up Pathways of Last Mile Climate Information Services for Community Resilience in Uganda and Kenya Project (CHAI III) project aimed to bridge this gap.
- ItemStrengthening research and leadership skills of African women at the intersection of climate change, agriculture and food security(2022-07-31) African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD)The One Planet Women project aims to support women scientists from francophone West Africa working at the intersection of climate change and agriculture through a career development model that combines mentoring, scientific training, and networking opportunities. In the current context of a changing climate and search for innovative solutions for adaptation, mitigation, and resilience, it has become even more critical to increase investments for capacity building including for women scientists in Francophone Africa. With such investments, these scientists can benefit from available research and development opportunities, foster dialogue amongst themselves while also maximizing interaction and collaboration between male and female scientists/professionals from different linguistic and socio-cultural African backgrounds.