ABOUT CARE DANMARK: CARE’s work
Get to know CARE Danmark.
CLIMATE: Climate resilient livelihoods and risk reduction
A Participatory Scenario Planning approach.
CLIMATE: Climate Change
Why local adaption gives financial benefits.
CLIMATE: One Planet – One Future
Developing countries will bear 80% of the climate-damages.
CLIMATE: Tackling the Limits to Adaptation
Climate change: Loss and damages.
CLIMATE: Humanitarian Implications of Climate Changes
Human-induced changes is modifying patterns of extreme weather.
CLIMATE: In Search of Shelter
Impacts of climate change is causing migration and displacement.
FOREST: Forests for all
1,6 billion people worldwide depend on forest.
FOOD: Speculation in food commodities
More than 18 million people are facing starvation in Sahel.
FOOD: While We Wait for Equal Trade
Locally produced milk in Niger can’t compete with cheap imported milk powder from Europe.
CARE’s climate adaptation programme
Joto Afrika is a series of printed briefings and online resources about adapting to climate change in sub-Saharan Africa. The series will help people understand the issues, constraints and opportunities that poor people face in adapting to climate change and escaping poverty.