Climate Change Adaptation Mainstreaming into Development June
June 15 - June 26| $1998
Development choices today influence the adaptive capacity of people and their governments well into the future. We cannot afford to delay adaptation planning and action. However, many development policies, plans, and projects currently do not take climate change into account due to a lack of awareness and clarity on how to effectively develop and integrate adaptation options.
USD 1998 per participant Exclusive of 16% VAT where applicable. This covers the training fee, resource materials, and conference package. Participants will be responsible for their own travel expenses and arrangements, such as airport transfers (and visa application, where necessary), food and accommodation, health/accident insurance, and other personal expenses.
Target groups for the course include administration officials and planners in agriculture, water, natural resources, climate change, as well as other relevant sectors, at national, provincial and local levels, national and international development cooperation staff (climate experts as well as sector specialists without a climate change background), local consultants on adaptation to climate change, NGO and civil society representatives.
The participants will learn:
- what climate change is and how it is interlinked with development cooperation,
- where to find relevant climate information and how to use it
- how to think through systematic steps aiming at defining concrete adaptation options at the national, sector, local and project levels,
- how to define necessary institutional capacities to carry out a change process and
- how to plan and support processes of mainstreaming adaptation to climate change in their institution.
- Module 1: Basics of Climate Change Adaptation
- Module 2: Interpretation of climate data
- Module 3: Assessment of vulnerability
- Module 4: Identify adaptation options
- Module 5: Selection of adaptation measures
- Module 6: Development an M&E-framework
- Module 7: Development of institutional capacity
- Module 8: Local climate stresses, vulnerability, resilience
- Module 9: Take local action
- Module 10: Integrating adaptation into the project cycle management
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This course has beginners and advanced modules and SDSL will advise individuals appropriately after reviewing their applications.
All participants of SDSL are provided with dedicated coaches to accompany them after completion of the training including receiving recent and relevant journals, research and benchmarking practices on topical issues in respective disciplines.
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