Learning from others, letting others learn A Regional Office knowledge management workshop in Maputo helped participants from most AAP countries develop techniques to access and share information on development and adaptation experiences.
Knowing knowledge needs The Knowledge Management Needs Survey Report will help countries capture, share and capitalise on their adaptation experiences
Paths, Progress, Possibilities At the AAP’s regional conference in Dakar, representatives from almost every national team discussed the main paths their projects have taken, the progress they have achieved and the possibilities now open to their countries.
Localising the climate change story Through online video, performance, film and exhibits AAP national teams are raising awareness of the issues we are working on and our successes in addressing them. We are pleased to share how teams all over the continent are using different media and techniques to inform the general public and targeted groups about climate change and the opportunities to prepare for it.
Final edition of The Baobab Coalition Journal Click here to download the print edition of our final newsletter-cum -community newspaper.
The long and winding road It’s a challenge to implement a broad programme, develop strategies for resilience and find time for professional development—but many AAP teams have managed just that.
A seawall created by AAP Senegal under a public-private partnership demonstrates a viable approach to protecting valuable stretches of coast, such as tourism revenue hotspots like Saly north of Dakar.Read how our Senegal team brought all parties to the table.
Making development work for all Members of the UNDP Gender Team discuss how their work with AAP countries over the past two years has helped ensure development efforts benefit men and women equitably.
Food security and resilience With most AAP countries facing food security challenges, national teams are pursuing initiatives that support UNDP’s strategy for a food secure Africa and build resilience to climate-related threats to food supplies.
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