In rain-short Niger, wasps deployed in war on crop-munching worm
As a millet-destroying worm thrives in drier conditions, farmers learn how to breed wasps that can control the pest damaging their food supplies and incomes
Layering and tailoring financial services for resilience: Insights, opportunities and challenges from BRACED projects in Ethiopia, Kenya, Nepal and Senegal
This report explores how BRACED projects support the development and delivery of tailored-to-context financial services.
Delivering climate resilience programmes in fragile and conflict-affected contexts
This review explores how climate resilience programmes and projects can be designed, established and managed to be resilient themselves in fragile and conflict-affected contexts.
Kenya issues smart ID cards to protect fishing and forests
Cards aim to make it easier to identify those illegally cutting mangrove forests or poaching fish along Kenya's coast
Men sweeping? Women inheriting? Rural Kenya shakes up gender roles
As farmers face greater climate change threats, loosening gender restrictions and getting men and women talking can help them stand up to the pressures
How mobile phones can be used to track people’s views on resilience: key findings from Myanmar
This brief synthesises some of the main findings from the Rapid Response Research project, highlighting strengths and weaknesses of the project’s new approaches.
Kenyan farmers mix tradition with tech to protect drying Mara River
New technology aims to help governments - and farmers - get an idea what might lie ahead for river levels
When rising temperatures do not lead to rising tempers: Climate and insecurity in northern Niger
This report explores the complex and tangled links between climate variability/change and the proliferation of armed networks operating in northern Niger.
A how-to guide for subjective evaluations of resilience
This how-to guide outlines what subjective evaluations of resilience are and how self-evaluations of resilience can be collected in a robust way.
Bugs and biogas: Kenyan farmers get creative to fight 'devil's' cactus
Farmers are fighting back against the prickly pear, a non-native, invasive plant which destroys the grass that feeds their animals