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For whom is this course?

Participants should be experienced professionals or practitioners with several years of working experience in the fields of agriculture, food security, natural resources management, forestry, rural development, sustainable development or other relevant areas. Proficiency in English is required

Course program in more detail

During this course you will get an in-depth understanding of the interlinkages between climate change, food security and natural resource management. We will provide you with practical and participatory tools which allows you to assess who and what in your landscape is vulnerable to climate impacts. This will give you a better insight into possible adaptation strategies as well as which stakeholders to involve. Besides the local level, the course will also focus on the policy level. You will familiarize yourself with policy documents, publications and climate data to acquire the theoretical knowledge and the skills to translate policy documents and research into climate-smart adaptation strategies at the local level.

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